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Fine & Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic 3144
ABN No. 97 663 528 760
email: philips@philipsauctions.com.au
www.philipsauctions.com.au

Sunday 28 October 2018
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item CategoryLot Numbers
 Items of Interest1-35
 Clocks, Bronzes & Music Boxes36-51
 Oriental52-147
 Silver148-244
 Glass245-285
 Porcelain286-333
 Paintings334-377
 Mirrors & Lights378-384
 Carpets385-394
 Furniture395-457

001
A FRAMED ANTIQUE RUSSIAN RAILWAY SCRIP CERTIFICATE
'Obligation de la compagnie du chemin de fer de Riazan-Ouralsk', a 1903 bond for the Riazan -Ouralsk railway, in Russian, French and Dutch
Height: 68.5cm Width: 61cm

 30-50

002
A MALE LION SKIN RUG (PANTHERA LEO)
A full skin with head mounted on black felt; with associated paperwork
Length: 340cm Width: 207cm

 1500-2500

003
A VINTAGE TORTOISE SHELL
1940s, sourced Papua New Guinea
Length: 50cm Width: 42cm

 100-200

004
A TAXIDERMIC NEW ZEALAND RED DEER (CERVUS ELAPHUS)
A magnificent shoulder mounted stag with record twenty point antlers
Length: 145cm Width: 90cm

 600-1000

005
A FINE PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF LADY HARRINGTON
19th century, unsigned
A rectangular half portrait of the aristocratic sitter attired in a white ruffled gown and strands of pearls, in watercolours on ivory, and housed in a brass easel back frame with title engraved verso; inscription on card beneath miniature also cites title, and the artist as Richard Cosway (but after)
Height: 17cm Width: 14cm

 200-400

006
A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF EMPRESS ELISABETH OF AUSTRIA
20th century
An oval half portrait of the Empress in a white dress, her long hair dressed with flowers or jewels, in watercolour on cellulose, and housed in an ivorine octagonal frame
Height: 10.5cm Width: 9cm

 100-200

007
A VICTORIAN THREE BOTTLE TANTALUS
19th century, with maker's marks to mounts for Walker & Hall
The oak stand with a bar bell handle and silver-plated mounts in the Gothic Revival manner, housing the original cut crystal spirit decanters with faceted globe stoppers, each with white metal wine labels; without key
Height: 34.5cm Length: 36.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 100-300

008
'TREASURES OF THE RENAISSANCE' STERLING SILVER MEDAL COLLECTION
1975-1982, issued by Franklin Mint
One hundred medals depicting master works by noted Renaissance artists in low relief, with artist's name, work title and original date to the reverse, accompanied by an informative book and housed in a four drawer Neoclassical style cabinet
Silver Weight: 3000 gr approximately Height: 62cm Width: 55cm Depth: 40cm

 1500-2500

009
AN ANTIQUE PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF LORD NELSON
Late 19th century
A typical half portrait of the Nelson as Vice Admiral wearing the Medal of the Nile, in watercolour on ivory signed Smith to left of image, additionally signed in pencil, apparently 'Cleal'; housed in an antique gilded frame and with
annotations verso
Height: 14cm Width: 11cm

 700-1000

010
A PROMOTIONAL PEN KNIFE ISSUED BY THE HAPAG SHIPPING COMPANY
Circa: 1900, maker's mark of Balke & Schaaf Solingen
A promotional item for HAPAG - Hamburg-American Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft founded by Albert Ballin (1857-1918), featuring Mercury standing on a globe with the company motto: 'Mein Feld ist Die Welt', symbols of industry to the reverse, maker's mark to one blade, housed in a kid purse
Length: 8.5cm

 100-120

011
AN 1867 FRENCH SILVER FIVE FRANC COIN MANICURE SET
A Napoleon III coin, divided and converted to a folding manicure set, with rubbed maker's mark to both sides
Diameter: 3.5cm

 100-250

012
A MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION BRONZE PRIZE MEDAL
1880, with maker's mark, twice, for Harry Stokes
The obverse depicting Queen Victoria in profile, the reverse with a Latin inscription within a laurel wreath
Diameter: 7.5cm

 50-100

013
AN ALABASTER FIGURE OF A SMALL CHILD ON A STOOL
Early 20th century, unmarked
A charming study of a young boy child toying with his clothes while perched on a tall squared stool
Height: 33.5cm

 800-1200

014
A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT GREEN GLASS DOUBLE-ENDED SCENT BOTTLE
Second half 19th century
The faceted bottle for use with scent and smelling salts, with foliate engraved turban type lids, one of mechanical hinged form with a glass lined interior, the other screw top lid with cork; unmarked to mounts
Length: 13.5cm

 350-450

015
A RARE FRENCH CUT CRYSTAL AND GOLD MOUNTED SCENT BOTTLE
Circa: 1880
The high shouldered clear rectangular bottle with formal floral embellishments to the body, with a plain mount and pommel type hinged cap, marked 18ct to the mount
Height: 10cm

 1000-1500

016
A FINE GREEN GLASS SCENT BOTTLE WITH YELLOW GOLD CAGEWORK
Circa: 1820s, France, x-ray tested for 14 carat gold
The high shouldered rectangular flask with fine facet cuts overlaid with gilt trellis style scrolls and flora, with original stopper and screw top spiral twist lid, hallmarked to rim of lid
Height: 7.5cm

 3000-5000

017
A FINE CONTINENTAL GOLD MOUNTED PICTORIAL ENAMEL SNUFF BOX
19th century, French with hallmark, x-ray tested for 18 carat gold
The oval box with finely cast multiple floral borders, a cushion form Italian scene to the lid, the sides and base in deep amethyst glass
Height: 2.5cm Length: 6cm Width: 4.5cm

 4000-5000

018
A TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE AIDE-DE-MEMOIRE CIGARETTE CASE
19th century, probably French
Daintily decorated with floral arabesques, pendant flora and two tiny moths in silver and gold, an initialled shield surmounted by a fancy bird to one corner, the interior with hinged ivory page and an attached slender engine turned .800 silver pencil
Length: 10.5cm Width: 7cm

 350-450

019
A COLONIAL WALKING CANE AND A CANE WITH A DOG'S HEAD HANDLE
Early 20th century, and later
An Indian Lucknow style cane with a silver-plated pommel handle, relief cast with scenes of village life, and; a modern brass mounted wooden stick with a striking silvered whippet head screw top handle and plaited leather strap
Length: 92cm and 84cm

 100-200

020
A STERLING SILVER MOUNTED WALKING CANE WITH A TELESCOPIC HANDLE
1907 London, with maker's mark for J. Howell & Co, cane and stick manufacturers, Old Street London EC
Of classic 'T' shape, the handle with engraved silver mounts, leather covering and an operational three section telescope, a screw cap to one end, with a rose gold shield cartouche, engraved 'A', and a capped ebonised handle
Length: 84cm

 800-1200

021
A RUSSIAN .875 SILVER AND ROCK CRYSTAL LETTER OPENER BY FABERGÉ
1894 Moscow, assay master A.C., zolotniki 84 standard, with mark of K. Fabergé in Cyrillic with double-headed eagle imperial warrant
Dagger shaped, with a finely cast horse's head in profile above a reeded collar with gold horseshoe embellishments to both sides, the blade in rock crystal with natural inflections; hallmarked to collar
Length: 20.5cm

 20000-30000

022
A SMALL BRONZE AND MIRRORED WALL SCONCE
In the Rococo manner, a rectangular mirror framed by a pierced ornate frame with a mascaron and acanthus crest, the lower frame issuing scrolling arms with urn form sconces and drip trays
Height: 41cm Width: 25cm Depth: 8cm

 150-200

023
A PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS
19th century
Ribbed pillar sticks with sconces and raised on stepped circular bases
Height: 23.5cm

 50-100

024
AN ALABASTER FIGURE OF A CHILD WITH A BALL
The animated figure of a young child in a flowing dress and a pair of socks, a small ball at her feet, raised on a waisted base
Height: 33cm

 800-1200

025
A CARVED WOODEN BOX
A shaped rectangular box with relief carved borders, scrolls and vegetal motifs, having an ornate lift off lid with handle, a removable tray and a partitioned section within
Height: 25.5cm Length: 30.5cm Width: 18cm

 100-200

026
A MODERN BRASS AND ALABASTER LAMP
With a mushroom style white alabaster shade upon a brass stem with an applied leaf motif and twin tapering spiral supports to a composite stone base
Height: 57cm Diameter: 36cm

 100-200

027
AN ART DECO PHEASANT TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A pheasant in brightly coloured and lustred spelter beside a mottled pink glass globular shade and raised on a veined cream marble base
Height: 13cm Width: 26cm Depth: 9.5cm

 100-200

028
AN ART DECO SEAGULL TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A spelter seagull in full flight over waves in dark pewter colours beside a mottled pink globular shade, on a mottled grey and white marble base
Height: 16cm Width: 20.5cm Depth: 9cm

 120-150

029
AN ART DECO BIRD TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A gold toned bird with an upright tail beside a frosted cracked ice shade, upon a rouge and cream marble base
Height: 17cm Width: 21cm Depth: 9cm

 120-160

030
A FRENCH INDUSTRIAL STYLE JIELDÉ DESK LAMP
Post 1950, original design by Jean Louis Domecq
In pale olive with brushed white metal, having a helmet type shade with an outer ring, two folding arms with ball joints and raised on a heavy circular base, with applied maker's label to shade
Height: 120cm (fully extended)

 800-900

031
AN ANTIQUE ELM DOUGH TRENCHER, A BOWL AND SIX DECOY DUCKS
Early 19th century to 20th century
A long shallow trencher with a fine patina, of rectangular form with rounded ends and integral handles; a dark wooden oval bow; a collection of painted decoy ducks in various sizes and colours, vintage and later
Height: 10.5cm Length: 59cm Width: 28cm

 100-200

032
A PEWTER PLATE, WOODEN PIPE RACK, TWO WOODEN SHOE LASTS
19th century
A plain pewter plate of 1819-44 period, with a foldover rim to the reverse, marked with two 'X' marks centred with a touch mark for Cocks of London, Susannah Cocks, with four marks below; an antique stepped pipe rack with provision for twelve pipes, and; two elm shoe lasts with metal plates
Height: 31.5cm Width: 33cm Depth: 16cm

 100-200

033
A GROUP OF THIRTEEN PIECES OF TREEN
19th to 20th century
In a variety of timbers comprising: barrels (one with a silver map of Tasmania), a range of circular lidded boxes, a butter stamp, a turned stamp, a Mauchline ware needle tube, and an unusual mallet shaped object with a 1903 sterling silver plaque marking the Elgin Place Church memorial (Glasgow)
Height: 19cm and smaller

 100-200

034
FOUR ANTIQUE WOODEN KITCHENALIA OBJECTS: A SALT BOX, BUTTER MOULD, TWO OTHER BOXES, IN MIXED TIMBERS INCLUDING OAK, ELM
19th century
A half barrel shaped hinged salt box, a press out butter mould with thistle and crimped edge decoration, a ring turned canister having a lovely patina, with a domed lid and pointed finial, and a square carved oak lidded box
Height: 26cm and smaller

 50-100

035
A FINE VICTORIAN INLAID PAPIER-MÂCHÉ LADY'S COMPENDIUM
19th century
The shaped black lacquer box inlaid with pearl and abalone shell enhanced with gilt and painted decoration, beautifully fitted with a paper and silk lined jewellery tray, four partitioned drawers with pearl handles behind a pair of doors, the lower drawer serving as a removable velvet lined writing slope
Height: 29.5cm Width: 39.5cm Depth: 34.5cm

 800-1200

036
A FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK BY DUVERDREY & BLOQUEL
20th century, with lion passant trademark to mechanism
With corniche style case and swing handle, visible escapement and glazed to four sides, the face with Roman numerals, with key
Height: 12cm

 150-200

037
AN ART DECO FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1920s
A dramatically posed 'Diana' in silver and gold colours about to spear a fleeing deer upon a bold geometric shaped case faced with marble and onyx fan patterns, a lozenge shaped dial with Roman numerals and rubbed marks, and raised on a portoro and coffee coloured marble plinth, with key and pendulum
Height: 49cm Width: 710cm Depth: 20cm

 1000-2000

038
A FINE EMPIRE STYLE ANNULAR BRONZE CLOCK WITH SERPENTS
Early 19th century, engraved 'Bouchet h'er du Roy, Paris'
A gilt bronze urn with cover and a bursting fruit finial, entwined with two serpents, their tongues marking time on the annular sections set with enamel number cartouches, angular high set handles with a laurel leaf festoon and pendants above a fabric draped fluted pillar, upon a square base and stand
Height: 64.5cm Width: 28cm Depth: 28cm

 25000-40000

039
A GILT BRONZE CARTEL CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XVI STYLE
19th century, mark of Gerbe D'or H Chapus Fils, Rue de Rivoli, Paris to dial
The well cast clock surmounted by an urn with flame finial, draped with pendant fruits and flora and framed by bold acanthus and laurel leaves, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, Arabic minute markings; key and pendulum
Length: 63cm Width: 31cm

 1500-2500

040
AN ART DECO BRONZE BIRD FIGURE BY IRINÉE ROCHARD (1906-1984)
Depicting a silvered crane in full flight flying across vegetation, in textured well patinated colours and raised on a two tone portoro and cream marble base, etched mark of Rochard to base, and maker's mark in relief to tail of bird, also marked Made in France
Height: 49cm

 600-900

041
A FRENCH RENAISSANCE REVIVAL BRONZE CLOCK GARNITURE
19th century, with maker's cartouche of Raingo Frères Paris to dial
Lavishly cast and embellished with architectural and decorative elements in contrasting gold and silvered bronze, the dial with enamel cartouches and Roman numerals flanked by caryatids, an ornamented surmount with buttress type scrolls and conforming five light candelabra; with key and pendulum
Height: 47cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 15cm

 5000-8000

042
A CLASSICAL REVIVAL MARBLE AND BRONZE CLOCK
1880s, marked Japy Frères to works, W. Batty & Sons, Paris, to dial
A Renaissance basilica inspired clock with dome surmounted by three rearing horses and a chariot in cast bronze, the body with bas relief Roman scenes and flanked by four column onion domed porticos, Roman numerals and delicate pierced work to the dial, striking on a gong, with key and pendulum
Height: 45cm Width: 40cm Depth: 22cm

 500-800

043
A BOULLE MANTEL CLOCK ON STAND
19th century
The ebonised timber cased clock with Berainesque brass inlay upon a scarlet ground to the face framed by formal cast and applied Rococo elements, a pagoda top with floral finial, the decorative pressed dial with enamel cartouches with Roman numerals, upon a separate stand, with key and pendulum
Height: 35cm Width: 25.5cm Depth: 13.5.cm

 900-1400

043a
A BOX OF MIXED CLOCK KEYS AND PENDULUMS, OTHER
19th to early 20th century
A collection of some fifteen clock keys of various types, one other key, ten pendulums and a small turn screw tool

 100-150

044
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER FIGURE OF A WOMAN
Circa: 1930s, apparently signed Baleste
An athletic young woman draped only in a cloth to the hips, striking a pose on one leg and holding a ball aloft, in gold colours with a silver and green cloth, and raised on a two tone marble plinth; inscribed signature to hem
Height: 54cm

 1000-1500

045
A BRONZE STATUE AFTER MICHAEL CLODION (1738-1814)
19th century
Depicting a nymph cavorting with the bust of a satyr on a pedestal, inscribed mark of Clodion to base
Height: 53cm

 2000-3000

046
AN UNUSUAL ANTIQUE MUSIC BOX PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM
Circa: 1881, with handwritten dated inscription to the fly leaf
With embossed and tooled brown leather covers, a brass clasp and enclosing pages with a range of Victorian family photographs, the back cover housing the mechanism and playing two airs, by Offenbach and Lecocq, with key
Length: 21.5cm Width: 15cm

 400-600

047
A FINE ANTIQUE TABLE MUSIC BOX WITH AN INLAID WALNUT CASE
19th century
A crank and cylinder operated music box, playing twelve airs and having six ornate bells with enamel bee and butterfly strikers, play list to the lid;
provenance: retailed through Keith Harding Antiques, London, 'music box specialists'; sold at Christies 17th September 2002 as lot 238
Height: 23cm Width: 60cm Depth: 30cm

 3000-4000

048
A SWISS TABLE TOP MUSIC BOX BY BRÉMOND
Circa: 1870-75, Geneva, Serial Number 36566
A crank operated cylinder music box playing eight airs, with dual combs marked G.I. Geneve, a lozenge shaped tune list to the interior lid as used exclusively by Brémond, and housed in fine rosewood case, delicately inlaid with a musical trophy cartouche in mixed timbers to the lid
Height: 27cm Width: 61cm Depth: 29cm

 2500-3500

049
A SWISS NICOLE FRÈRES TABLE TOP MUSIC BOX
19th century, distributed by Keith Prowse & Co London
The music box with six bells and typical crank and cylinder operation, marked Nicole Frères to the comb and playing twelve airs with original play list to the lid, housed in a rosewood case with a decorative mixed timber and coloured cartouche to the lid and face, further trimmed with cross banding and stringing
Height: 31cm Width: 68cm Depth: 39cm

 5000-8000

050
A SMALL VINTAGE BRASS DESK CLOCK BY LANCEL
A small square Quartz movement clock with a matt black dial with Roman numerals, a ring handle and a rotating base, cased
Height: 9.5cm Width: 6.5cm Depth: 6.5cm

 150-250

051
A DANISH PAINTED LONG CASE CLOCK
18th century
Painted in red and gold colours with roses and foliage decoration, the green painted dial with ornaments and a pewter chapter ring with Roman and Arab numerals, bearing a signature and dated R. Kjaer 1770
Height: 206cm Width: 45cm Depth: 25cm

 500-800

052
A JAPANESE ARITA BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL
Edo period, 18th to 19th century
The lobed circular body with reserves of prunus blossom and pine trees around a rosette to the interior, scrolling tendrils to the exterior, six character Chenghua period mark to base
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 16cm

 500-600

053
A CHINESE TIMBER JEWELLERY BOX
Of cabinet form with fielded panels to the sides, top and the arrangement of ten small drawers, each with cast brass ball knop handles and carved orange stone backplates, raised on short shaped stile legs
Height: 40.5cm Width: 32cm Depth: 22cm

 500-1000

054
A CHINESE POLYCHROME DECORATED PORCELAIN BOWL
Finely decorated with phoenix perched on a rock amidst flowering tree peony and prunus blossoms on a mottled cobalt ground, teal glazed to the interior, bearing apocryphal Yongzheng characters within concentric rings underside; with display stand
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 18cm

 500-700

055
THREE SNUFF BOTTLES
An antique square section porcelain bottle underglaze decorated in blue with a pig dressed in robes and holding a fan, and; two modern era interior painted glass bottles
Height: 9.5cm and smaller

 200-300

056
A BLANC DE CHINE DEHUA PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP
Probably Republic period, 20th century
Slip moulded and depicting a rotund male figure standing next to a seated ascetic upon a rockwork base
Height: 16cm Width: 11cm

 100-150

057
AN EXQUISITE SIGNED SATSUMA BOWL BY MASTER MAKER, KAIZAN
Meiji period, 1868-1912, mark of Kaizan Sei-Zo in a brocaded border
A finely detailed bowl depicting a temple scene with worshippers before a golden Buddha surrounded by butterflies and brocaded shapes and borders, a lavish processional scene to the exterior with myriad figures, cartouche underside; see similar in T.S. Kiernan, Best book of Satsuma', pp 74-75
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 15.5cm

 1000-1400

058
AN ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE DOUBLE GOURD VASE
Ming Dynasty, 1403-1643, with wooden display stand
Freely decorated with figures engaged in pursuits in a fenced garden beneath a willow tree, the upper register decorated with auspicious peach fruits and foliage, unglazed to the base; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 22cm

 800-1200

059
AN ANTIQUE DEHUA FIGURE OF A GUANYIN
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The hand pressed model of a contemplative seated Guanyin, with finely combed and dressed hair, necklace and enveloping robes, and holding a scroll in her right hand, with applied cartouche to the interior, an early professional repair to the right hand
Height: 22.5cm

 800-1000

060
AN ANTIQUE POLYCHROME BRUSH POT
Qing Dynasty, probably Daoguang period, 1821-1850, with wooden stand
In a famille rose palette and decorated with a deity figure upon a lotus throne flanked by attendants and warriors gazing upon four figures, including a beast, emerging from frothing waves; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 13.5cm Diameter: 12cm

 600-1000

061
TWO INDIAN GANESH FIGURES, IN BRONZE AND WHITE METAL
A miniscule bronze Ganesh and a miniature white metal three section Ganesh
Height: 4.5cm and smaller

 50-80

062
A SIGNED ANTIQUE IVORY NETSUKE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A carved and inked Noh mask, himatoshi and signature verso
Length: 4.5cm Width: 4cm

 100-150

063
A NOVELTY JAPANESE KOBE NINGYO DARUMA DOLL
Meiji to Taisho period, late 19th to early 20th century
Made as tourist toys in the port of Kobe, the small carved wooden toy with an ivory or celluloid mask face with amusing retractable eyes and tongue
Height: 4.5cm

 150-200

064
A BLUE AND WHITE FLUTED DISH
Qing Dynasty, probably Kangxi period 18th century
The small dish with lotus petal moulding, decorated with a crab to a roundel surrounded by four carp and aquatic plants, flower heads to an arching border and vegetal motifs to the rim, a pictorial lingzhi fungus mark within concentric rings underside
Diameter: 13.5cm

 300-500

065
A BLUE AND WHITE KENDI EWER
Qing Dynasty
In the 18th century manner, of typical bulbous form with a long neck, foldover rim, and mammary pouring spout, decorated with flower stems to the neck and profuse floral decoration to the body below a diaper patterned collar; with repairs
Height: 21cm

 100-200

066
A LARGE BRONZE VASE OR UMBRELLA STAND
Realistically cast as a bamboo culm, upon a timber stand
Height: 45cm Diameter: 20.5cm

 300-400

067
A FINELY CARVED ANTIQUE MAMMOTH TUSK
Qing Dynasty
A delightful scene of village life depicting figures engaged in everyday activities, with houses, temples, bridges and auspicious foliage, displayed on a fitted carved stand; provenance: property of a gentleman, acquired while living in Nanjing, and reportedly rescued from a fire during the Cultural Revolution
Width: 37cm

 1000-2000

068
A SMALL BLUE AND WHITE FOOTED VASE
Qing Dynasty
An ovoid vase with six petal lobes decorated in the Kangxi manner with figures and flowers in pots, with a ringed neck and a matching ringed pedestal base decorated with sprigs and scrollwork
Height: 12.5cm

 200-400

069
A SMALL BLUE AND WHITE COVERED JAR
Qing Dynasty
Baluster shaped with a domed cover, delightfully decorated with 'hundred boys' figures, bearing Kangxi underglaze characters underside
Height: 8.5cm

 200-400

070
A MONOCHROME PORCELAIN CENSER
Possibly Qing Dynasty, mid 19th century
A small moulded basin in mid blue colour with high set loop handles, archaistic and zoomorphic motifs and raised on shaped cabriole legs, with underglaze Xianfeng seal script in low relief underside; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 11.5cm

 400-600

071
A 'CLAIR DE LUNE' PORCELAIN TRIPOD CENSER BOWL
Of compressed bronze shape with a waisted neck and twin applied chilong creatures to the rim, decorated to the collar with a continuous border of archaistic motifs and shou medallions in lighter hues in low relief; bearing apocryphal Yongzheng seal mark underside; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 14.5cm

 300-500

072
AN ANTIQUE 'CLAIR-DE-LUNE' VASE
Qing Dynasty
A bottle vase in a light blue glaze with a flaring rim, an unglazed foot ring and underglaze character marks; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 18.5cm

 500-700

073
AN ANTIQUE MONOCHROME VASE
Qing Dynasty, about 1800, with wooden display stand
The baluster vase with a flaring neck, finely glazed in rich mottled cobalt; concentric rings underside; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 25.5cm

 600-800

074
AN ANTIQUE ARITA PLATE
Edo period, circa: 1750
In underglaze blue and enamel decorated in an elegant iron red, green and gilt palette, depicting a fenced garden in the kakiemon manner, prunus blossom decoration to the exterior, with concentric blue rings and kiln spurs
Diameter: 20.5cm

 200-300

075
AN ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE CHRYSANTHEMUM PLATE
Qing Dynasty, circa: 1800
Freely underglaze decorated with outline and wash and centred with a chrysanthemum head surrounded by foliage within concentric rings, the rim with a painting scrolling floral border; bordered mark underside, with stand
Height: 4cm Diameter: 26cm

 300-400

076
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SHIPWRECK BASIN BOWL
Late Ming Dynasty, early 17th century
The deep body with everted rim, painted underglaze with mirror shaped cartouches of peonies, bamboo and cane baskets around a similar panel, all on a chequered ground, the rim with peonies, blossom and bamboo among fences, the reverse with small cartouches and scrolls; provenance: The Binh Thuan Shipwreck
Height: 9cm Diameter: 29.5cm

 2500-3000

077
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SHIPWRECK PLATE
Late Ming Dynasty, early 17th century
Painted underglaze with a bird in flight surrounded by flowering plants, a border of fish scale decoration and five oval cartouches, each with sprays of flowers and blossom; provenance: The Binh Thuan Shipwreck
Height: 4cm Diameter: 25.5cm

 200-300

078
A CHINESE POTTERY FIGURE OF A TEMPLE WARRIOR
Probably Tang Dynasty
The standing, alert figure with clenched fist, knotted hair and moustache, dressed in armour and robe with traces of pigment
Height: 38cm

 800-1200

079
AN IMARI CHARGER
Meiji period, 1868-1912
With scalloped edging with a pomegranate and reserved border enclosing four reserves between diaper patterned bands with pairs of floral designs and landscape scenes with flowering trees, a pot of flowers to a central roundel
Height: 5cm Diameter: 39.5cm

 250-350

080
A VINTAGE HAND STITCHED ORIENTAL SILK ON LINEN EMBROIDERY
Mid 20th century, stencil maker's stamp to fabric for Le Yan Tro
A large scale work on fine linen hand stitched in muted colours with red crested cranes feeding in a water garden, a small flock flying in the distance
Length: 188cm Width: 126cm

 1000-2000

081
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH AND JAPANESE BRONZE BANQUET LAMP
19th century
The Meiji bronze baluster vase with relief decorated with birds in a pine tree, having a Renaissance Revival cast base, brass mounts, frosted chimney and a delicately etched glass shade, with electrical conversion
Height: 70cm

 300-500

082
A LARGE MODERN CHINESE VASE AND STAND
Of tapering form with a drip bamboo foliage design in rich red underglaze, with a carved stand
Height: 45.5cm Diameter: 19cm

 100-200

083
AN ANTIQUE ORIENTAL ROSEWOOD MAKE UP MIRROR AND BOX
Early 20th century
Rectangular and of plain form with brass swing handles to the long sides and white metal engraved bat shaped hardware, with a framed stand up mirror with the original silvered glass and a small drawer
Height: 10cm Width: 21cm Depth: 27cm

 200-300

084
A LARGE BLUE AND WHITE VASE
Of ovoid form with a broad neck, and continuously decorated with arabesques and chrysanthemum type heads centred with shou medallions between ruyi and key fret borders and a band of lappets to the base, upon a rotating stand
Height: 46cm

 1000-2000

085
A VINTAGE CHINESE HANGING SCROLL
Delicately decorated with a pair of Meiren (beauties) before a rock with a trailing pink flowering tree, script and seals to right hand margin
Length: 80cm Width: 25cm

 200-300

086
A VINTAGE CHINESE HANGING SCROLL
In watercolours and ink, depicting a man riding a mule in a mountainous landscape, script and seals upper right
Length: 68cm Width: 27.5cm

 300-400

087
A VINTAGE CHINESE HANGING SCROLL
Boldly rendered in ink wash and restrained colours, with figures in a boat and a house amidst vegetation in the foreground, with red seal lower right and seal and script to left hand margin
Length: 76cm Width: 31cm

 200-300

088
TEN REFERENCE BOOKS RELATING TO THE IDENTIFICATION AND COLLECTING OF CHINESE PORCELAIN, JADE AND BRONZE
Including eight books relating to porcelain including two books on export porcelain, one by H.P & N Schiffer; Christian Beydier's text on Chinese Bronzes, and; S.C. Nott's text on Chinese Jade Through the Ages

 100-200

089
A FINE ANTIQUE CHINESE WATERCOLOUR DECORATED FOLDING FAN
Qing Dynasty, early 19th century
Delicately painted in soft pastel colours with an elder figure and two others apparently cooking on a stove in a pine grove in a sublime mountain and lakeside setting, with script and seal
Height: 23cm Width: 50cm

 400-600

090
WO YUE KEE, HENRY (B. 1927, CHINESE AMERICAN SCHOOL)
Fisherman beneath an autumn tree
Watercolour roundel, signed with characters and red seal upper right, provenance: purchased at the artist's solo exhibition held at the Hamilton regional Art Gallery, Victoria
Diameter: 43cm

 500-1000

091
A FRAMED CHINESE EXPORT 'MANDARIN' FAN
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Finely painted in rich blue, green and red gouache colours with a continuous panel of figures engaged in narratives in pavilion and garden settings, with floral and gilt edged borders and carved sandalwood sticks, some as found; in a box frame
Height: 27cm Width: 50cm

 200-300

092
A JAPANESE PAINTED FIGURAL FAN PANEL
Showa period, 20th century
Four figures in a prunus blossom landscape upon a gilded and coral pink ground
Height: 29cm Width: 64cm

 200-400

093
YAO ZHIHUA (B.1932)
Red trees
Watercolour, ink and wash on paper, with seals upper left and lower right; accompanied by the catalogue, 'Contemporary Chinese Paintings', published 1990, and illustrated plate 49 with artist's biographical information, pp 102-103
Height: 81cm Width: 94cm

 4000-6000

094
YIDE, JIN (B. 1935)
Chinese canal scene
Oil on canvas, signed in characters and dated 1990 lower right; with gallery label in Chinese verso
Height: 48.5cm Width: 58.5cm

 1000-2000

095
AN ANTIQUE PIERCED AND CARVED JADE THREE PART CENSER
Probably Ming Dynasty or earlier
In richly mottled cream to dark chocolate colours, of quatrefoil form carved with archaistic motifs in low relief, with ornamented loop handles and loose rings, a similar pierced cover with a long neck and capped cover, and raised on a pierced and shaped base; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 15.5cm

 1000-2000

096
AN OPPOSITE PAIR OF JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ VASES
Early to mid 20th century
Lemon yellow baluster vases with waisted necks and silver-plated rims, decorated with silver wire worked bamboo foliage in modulating shades of green, unmarked
Height: 18cm

 400-800

097
A QIANLONG PERIOD MANDARIN ROSE PORCELAIN TANKARD
Qing Dynasty, mid 18th century, with wooden display stand
Straight-sided with a bifurcated handle, decorated with figures engaged in an interior narrative, and various scholarly objects, vases and rabbits, with decorative gilded borders and iron red leaves, a 1901 label to base by Ella Dawkins noting receipt of the tankard from Mr Henry Willett
Height: 11cm

 800-1200

098
A PAIR OF CHINESE IMARI COVERED VASES
High shouldered vases with domed lids and finials decorated with floral designs to the body between patterned reserved borders, red tripod pot mark underside
Height: 34cm

 250-350

099
A SIGNED BRONZE FIGURAL GROUP OF A LION SUBDUING A TIGER
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A tense and animated depiction in deep smooth chocolate tones, the tiger with deep red stripes, a cartouche with characters in relief to the belly of the lion
Height: 12.5cm Width: 25cm

 200-300

100
A CARVED JADE PENDANT ORNAMENT IN A LACQUERED BOX
The near rectangular pendant carved in light relief with a pair of double gourds to one face and script to the other, with attached pearl and coral type beads
Height: 5cm Length: 10cm Width: 7cm (box)

 200-400

101
A GROUP OF THREE STONE SEALS OR ORNAMENTS
A mountain type ornament with engraved and inked decoration; a small square seal with a chilong surmount, script to one face and seal script to base, and; a small signed stone mountain with a male figure framed by a pavilion window
Height: 7cm and smaller

 100-150

102
A CHINESE CELADON POT VASE
Globular with a broad everted rim, lightly carved with tendrils and flowers between lappet and stiff leaf borders in a satin aqua celadon glaze, bearing an underglaze Qianlong seal mark underside
Height: 9.5cm

 100-200

103
TWO GLAZED VASES
A red underglazed youlihong pot vase with applied chilongs to the shoulder and depicting a dragon between borders, and; a yellow ground glazed bottle vase with applied handles and decorated with phoenix and vegetal forms in green and aubergine colours, bearing apocryphal Qianlong seal underside
Heights: 22cm and 11cm

 100-200

104
A JUN INCENSE BURNER
A tripod censer with an aubergine splash to the unctuous teal glaze, a timber and pierced jade cover with chilong and shou decoration and a red 'coral' type finial
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 9.5cm

 100-200

105
A SMALL PORCELAIN BRUSH WASH
A small hexagonal pot with an inverted rim, an applied chilong peaking over the rim and decorated in a robin's egg type teal glaze
Height: 4cm Length: 6.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 300-400

106
TWO POTTERY BOWLS AND A CRACKLEWARE VASE
A Song style marbled bowl in brown and toffee colours, a Song type white clay pottery bowl with a pale crackled celadon glaze, and a bronze shape pottery vase with lug handles in a crackleware glaze
Height: 17.5cm (vase)

 100-200

107
A FAMILLE ROSE BOWL
The bowl of ogee profile with a small foot ring, decorated throughout with four stylised phoenixes amidst a profusion of flowers and tendrils, bearing a late Qing six-character Hongxian mark underside
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 12.5cm

 150-250

108
TWO GLAZED POTTERY BOWLS
One with a cobalt glaze depicting lotus and ducks, the other in ochre yellow with an internal border of conjoined vegetal forms in low relief
Height: 5cm Diameter: 12cm and smaller

 200-400

109
A BLUE AND WHITE BRUSH WASH
Qing Dynasty, probably Guangxu period 1875-1908
Of squat circular form with four shaped cartouches with figural narratives between four flowers, bearing four-character kaishu Kangxi mark typical of this period
Height: 6cm Diameter: 9.5cm

 300-500

110
A CHICKEN CUP AND A PLATE
In a doucai palette, the cup with cockerel, a hen and her brood in a garden, a painted cockerel underside, and; a plate depicting five children playing in a fenced garden, bearing apocryphal Yongzheng marks underside
Diameter: 18cm (plate)

 200-400

111
A GREEN POTTERY YIXING TYPE TEAPOT
Of squat form with a low domed lid, a bamboo finial, handle and spout, and foliage sprigs, impressed mark underside
Height: 8cm Width: 17cm Diameter: 11.5cm

 50-100

112
A FAMILLE VERTE YEN YEN VASE IN THE KANGXI STYLE
Probably early 20th century
The vase with overglaze colours depicting a pine tree and rockwork landscape populated with three figures and auspicious objects including a vase of lingzhi fungus, a vase issuing bats, and a deer, bearing apocryphal Kangxi marks
Height: 20.5cm

 100-200

113
A LACQUER WARE BRUSH POT
Of straight-sided form and decorated throughout with two large reserves of script and a profusion of formal floral and arabesque forms and bats in red, green and gilt upon a distressed iron red ground, bearing apocryphal Qianlong characters underside
Height: 15.5cm Diameter: 11cm

 80-120

114
A CELADON JADE ORNAMENT
Square with incuse corners, having a central aperture and both sides relief carved with four matching vegetal motifs
Length: 4.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 700-900

115
A CELADON JADE PENDANT
Circular, pierced, and depicting phoenix and vegetal motifs centred with a shou medallion
Diameter: 5.5cm

 500-700

116
A DOUCAI CUP IN THE YONGZHENG STYLE
The petite cup with small foot ring, decorated in underglaze blue, green, red and yellow colours with chrysanthemum heads and other floral motifs, auspicious script and a ruyi border; apocryphal Yongzheng mark within concentric rings underside
Height: 5cm Diameter: 6cm

 500-700

117
A BLUE AND WHITE DISH WITH A TRANSPARENT GREEN GLAZE
Late Qing Dynasty, Guangxu mark 1875-1908
Profusely decorated throughout with writhing dragons chasing flaming pearls amidst fiery clouds, a narrow lappet border below the exterior decoration, underglaze blue character marks underside
Height: 4cm Diameter: 16.5cm

 350-450

118
A CHINESE COURT NECKLACE IN WOOD, GLASS AND SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES
A strand of fragrant wooden beads, possibly agarwood, punctuated with teal agate beads, with strands of blue glass beads, amethyst drops and pearl clusters, the main drop with a lightly carved stone bead, housed in a circular decorated lacquer ware box
Height: 7cm Diameter: 16cm (box)

 300-500

119
A DOUBLE GOURD VASE
With a tea dust satin glaze, underglaze apocryphal Yongzheng mark within concentric rings underside
Height: 24cm

 50-100

120
A BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT
The straight-sided pot embellished with script throughout, with a single red bordered seal and a leaf motif, a four-character apocryphal Yongzheng mark underside
Height: 13cm Diameter: 12cm

 50-100

121
A VINTAGE WATERCOLOUR FOLDING ALBUM
The concertina type album with eight ink, wash, and watercolour landscape images, each with artist's seal and accompanied by a page of script, between covers
Length: 32cm Width: 28cm

 80-120

122
A GILT BRONZE BUDDHA ON A FITTED WOOD STAND
The seated figure with hands in dhyana mudra, having tightly curled hair, pendulous lobes and a serene expression, the neatly arranged robes with lightly engraved borders, script in relief to a cartouche
Height: 27cm Width: 17.5cm Depth: 14cm

 100-200

123
A PAIR OF YELLOW EGGSHELL PORCELAIN BOWLS
Probably Republic era, circa: 1920
Bowls with petite foot rings, in translucent canary yellow and decorated to the exterior with a branch bearing peaches and peach blossom; with four character script below rim and iron red four character manufactory mark underside
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 8cm

 700-900

124
A CINNABAR LACQUERWARE BOX
The cushion form circular box profusely decorated throughout with dragons, auspicious fruits, arabesque and chevron borders, centred with the character for 'spring' on a diaper ground; apocryphal Qianlong marks underside
Height: 12cm Diameter: 30.5cm

 300-500

125
A CALCUTTA SILVER TRAY AND TWO SMALL BOWLS
Late 19th century, with maker's marks for Grish, Chunder Dutt (tray) and Dass & Dutt, of Bhowanipore
An oval tray with a rope twist edge, and a deep border depicting scenes of village life in low relief upon a stippled ground, and; a pair of similarly decorated bowls with crimped edges; all marked underside
Silver weight: 490gr Length: 27cm Width: 20cm (tray)

 100-150

126
A CHINESE SILVER VASE, WITH TIMBER STAND
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century, with character workshop marks
A small baluster vase with a waisted neck and a fluted rim, engraved to the body with tree peony, blossom and a bird on a rock; marks underside
Height: 13.5cm

 200-300

127
A FINE BURMESE SILVER SUGAR BOWL AND MATCHING POT
Early 20th century, with maker's mark for Coombes Co. Ltd, Rangoon
Both profusely embellished with repoussé and chased mythological figural narratives between arabesque and stiff leaf borders and other decorative bands, both with scaled serpent handles, the pot with a dragon spout and bird finial; maker's name to bowl
Silver weight: 933gr
Height: 20.5cm and smaller

 1500-1800

128
A RED COLOURED STONE SEAL
An imitation 'chicken blood' seal of rectangular section with a rounded top and stamp in seal script with remnant ink to base
Length: 9.5cm

 300-400

129
A STRAND OF AGATE BEADS
Sixty two relief carved semi-translucent red brown beads of compressed form with spacers and punctuated by three larger spherical beads, united by a large bead and a cord tassel with pairs of smaller beads
Length: 56cm

 400-600

130
A CLOISONNÉ SNUFF BOTTLE AND A COMBINED STONE SNUFF BOTTLE SEAL
A circular cloisonné bottle decorated to both sides with a floral roundel surrounded by ruyi and scrolling forms, with a brass stopper, and; a cushion form stone bottle relief carved throughout with phoenix, chilong, a vase and a village scene, with a circular seal to the base and an orange stone stopper
Height: 8cm and smaller

 300-400

131
A 'HONEYSUCKLE' BOWL
A small bowl with foot ring decorated to the exterior with four stylised honeysuckle blooms in underglaze chocolate brown with patchy iron red inclusions; bearing a double bordered underglaze Yongzheng character mark Underside
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 8.5cm

 300-400

132
A RED AND WHITE STONE SEAL
The 'chicken blood' type seal of rectangular section and of crystalline appearance with a rounded top, script to one face and seal script stamp with remnant ink to base
Length: 13.5cm

 300-400

133
A SIGNED SATSUMA BOWL
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with signature below shimazu family crest (rubbed)
Exquisitely decorated with Kannon and the Rakan Immortals to the interior, five fan shaped panels to the exterior populated with figural narrative scenes in colours with delicate gilding upon stippled backgrounds and enclosed by ornate brocaded borders and patterns, with bordered black cartouche underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 14cm

 600-800

134
A FAMILLE ROSE BOWL
20th century
The everted bowl with a small foot ring, polychrome decorated with tree peony and branches of yellow mimosa, bearing an apocryphal Yongzheng mark within concentric rings underside
Height: 7cm Diameter: 14cm

 300-500

135
A STONE SEAL
A red brown plinth surmounted by a carved elephant, with script to one face and seal script underside
Height: 13.5cm

 200-300

136
A PAIR OF JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ BALUSTER VASES
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The mirror image pair delicately wire worked and depicting white chrysanthemum and other coloured blooms in a natural setting upon a subtle grey mauve ground, brass to the base and interior neck and rims, unmarked
Height: 15cm

 200-300

137
A FINE JADE BRUSH WASH WITH A ROSEWOOD DISPLAY STAND
In an even light celadon tone with hints of tan colours, of hollowed irregular rectangular form with a lobed inverted neck and carved in high relief with two clambering chilong and trailing aquatic vegetation
Length: 9cm Width: 7.5cm

 2500-3000

138
A SMALL JADE BRUSH WASH
In pale celadon and depicting a relief carved half double gourd with stalk, the hollowed interior serving as the double bowl wash
Length: 8cm Width: 4cm

 500-600

139
TWO MING CARGO WINE CUPS AND A QING BLUE AND WHITE POT
Circa: 1640 and late Qing Dynasty, about 1890
Two blue and white footed wine cups with dragon chasing a pearl motif, each bearing 1985 salvage labels, and; a phoenix and dragon decorated pot with a ruyi border bearing Kangxi marks; all with certificates of authenticity from Harrods of Knightsbridge
Height: 10cm and 5cm

 100-200

140
A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE TEAPOTS, BRONZE, PORCELAIN, YIXING TYPE
A baluster footed bronze pot with ruyi and lappet borders in relief, applied decorations and a zoomorphic spout; a porcelain pot with a fine rib design and famille rose figural decoration, a double bordered red seal underside; and a Yixing style pot with incised bamboo decoration, seal underside
Height: 20cm and smaller

 300-400

141
TWO INTERNALLY PAINTED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES, PLUS ONE OTHER ITEM
A large vintage oval cushion form snuff bottle with a red glass stopper and dauber, painted with two landscape scenes, a later petite snuff bottle with a green stone stopper painted with a meiren before a flowering prunus tree, plus a tiny Cantonese porcelain drum, latter as found
Height: 13.5cm and smaller

 50-100

142
A GOLD SPLASH TRIPOD BRONZE CENSER
Of typical compressed circular form with integral loop handles to the rim, in speckled mid tone colours, cartouche with two character marks in low relief underside
Height: 10cm Diameter: 17cm

 500-700

143
A BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER
Of compressed circular form with integral loop handles to the rim, in golden brown tones, bearing a cartouche with a twelve character Daoguang mark underside
Height: 9cm Diameter: 16.5cm

 1000-1200

144
A STRAND OF CASED 'MUTTON FAT' JADE BEADS
Eighteen slightly irregular rounded rectangular beads, semi-translucent white in colour, some with natural tan inflections, with small black spacers between and housed in a 'bi disk' lacquered brass box with dragon and arabesque decoration and a small panel of script
Length: 32cm (beads) Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 15.5cm (box)

 300-500

145
A CARVED WOOD BRUSH POT
The slightly waisted cylindrical pot, continuously relief carved with scholarly figures, deities and attendants engaged in narratives and pursuits in an auspicious landscape setting, with six character mark to body
Height: 15cm Diameter: 13.5cm

 500-700

146
A LARGE VINTAGE JAPANESE TANSU
20th century
Of typical rectilinear form with a series of timber slat and glass sliding doors with carved motifs, and small drawers with traditional ironwork hardware
Height: 88cm Width: 183cm Depth: 49cm

 400-600

147
A CHINESE LACQUER AND PAINTED WOOD SIDEBOARD
With pairs of opposite cupboards united by iron backplates and pin locks, raised on stile feet with shaped aprons, the face in red lacquer, each door decorated with vases, auspicious flowers and other furniture and objects, the frame with ruyi arabesques and shou medallions
Height: 83cm Width: 123cm Depth: 40cm

 250-450

148
A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDLESTICKS AND A COVERED GRAVY TUREEN
19th century
Knopped Neoclassical style sticks of rounded rectangular form with ribbed edges and trims, weighted; and a rectangular tureen with gadroons and a twig and shell cast handle, ring handles and vegetal mounts to the short ends
Height: 17cm (candlesticks)

 100-200

149
A CASED THIRTY SEVEN PIECE SILVER PLATED CUTLERY SERVICE BY CHRISTOFLE
First issued 1933, Atlas pattern
A twelve place setting comprising: table spoons, main forks and tea spoons, and a large ladle, in the original case of issue; Atlas pattern was used in 1935 as the First Class service on board 'SS Normandie'
Length: 20.5cm (fork)

 300-400

150
A SHEFFIELD PLATE MEAT DOME AND TRAY
1939, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall
A plain oval dome with an attached vegetal and reeded handle; with trademark stamp, name and date letter stamp to dome interior; and an oval tray
Length: 47cm Width: 34cm

 100-150

151
A PLATED BOWL AND MATCHING SALVER, AND A PLATED MARROW SCOOP
Early 20th century, marked Hamilton & Co. Calcutta
A plain bowl and a matching salver engraved with initials ERJ below a crown, the scoop with a beaded stem and marked with armorial

 50-100

152
A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDELABRA
Later 19th century, with bell trademark for W & G Sissons
Knopped and lobed with cast shell and acanthus decoration, having scrolled threaded arms with waisted sconces and matching dishes, with removable upper registers to convert to single sticks, raised on squared bases with maker's figural stamp to foot; heavily weighted
Height: cm

 100-200

153
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER CHATELAINE COIN PURSE
English, early 20th century, rubbed marks
Of rectangular kidney shape with a typical purse clasp, a partitioned tan leather interior, chain and suspensory ring, rubbed marks to frame both sides
Silver weight: 55gr
Width: 8.5cm

 50-80

154
A STERLING SILVER CIGARETTE BOX
1898, with maker's marks for Joseph Braham
Rectangular and of plain form with a cushion profile lid, faintly engraved to cartouche upper left of lid, a partitioned wood lined interior, and maker's marks to side
Height: 5.5cm Length: 17.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 150-250

155
A STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL CASTER
1782 London, with maker's marks for Hester Bateman
Having an ogee shaped lower body and a long neck with pierced dome and spiral twist finial, with thread and finely notched edges, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 82 gr
Height: 15.5cm

 800-1200

156
A GEORGE I BRITANNIA SILVER BRANDY SAUCEPAN
1722, with Britannia standard, lion's head erased, mark for William Fleming
Of slightly conical form with a flaring lip and flat base, threaded edges to the foot rim and having a turned ebony handle with silver mount, hallmarked underside
Total weight: 110gr
Height: 5.5cm Width: 20cm

 1200-1800

157
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR BASIN
1903 Sheffield, with maker's mark, HA, for Atkin Brothers
The lobed bowl of plain and petal form with a flat base, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 135gr
Height: 5cm Diameter: 12cm

 50-100

158
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT
1927 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Adie Bros
In the George III style, the heavy gauge boat with applied scalloped edging, a flying handle with acanthus thumb spur and hoof feet with stepped mounts; hallmarked to upper body and with 25th anniversary inscription
Silver weight: 327gr
Height: 12.5cm Width: 19.5cm

 250-450

159
A LARGE GEORGE III SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER SOUP LADLE
1824 Edinburgh, with maker's marks for Andrew Wilkie
The King's pattern ladle, single struck and hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 220gr
Length: 33cm

 300-400

160
A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER THREE LIGHT CANDELABRA
1971 Sheffield, with maker's marks for E H Parkin & Co
Simple tapering stems to spreading bases, having reeded serpentine arms with urn form nozzles and dishes; hallmarked to all components, weighted
Total weight: 1226gr
Height: 22.5cm Width: 32.5cm

 200-400

161
A STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON AND A PAIR OF PLATED TONGS
1804 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Samuel Pemberton
A Georgian bright cut caddy spoon with a gilt washed bowl and small fold over handle; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 8gr
Length: 12cm (tongs)

 30-50

162
A EUROPEAN .900 SILVER ENGINED TURNED COMPACT
19th century
Of near square shape with applied scrolling edges with an engraved foliate border, engine turned to the face and back, the interior with mirror
Total Weight: 104 gr
Length: 8.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 80-120

163
THREE STERLING SILVER TOP VANITY JARS
1898, 1901 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Charles May, (two matching items) and one other rubbed
A compressed circular pot with a cut-glass base and an embossed rocaille top, and; two monogrammed jars, one small with a cut base, and a long faceted hair pin jar; all items hallmarked
Heights: 17cm, 8cm and 5.5cm

 50-100

164
SIX MIXED STERLING SILVER TABLE WARES, PLUS ONE: TWO GEORGIAN CONDIMENT SPOONS, A CREAMER, TWO MUSTARD POTS & SPOONS,
1802 London, marks for Richard Crossley; 1925-1930 Birmingham, various
Old English condiment spoons, a pierced mustard pot, a faceted pot, both with spoons (one plated) and blue glass liners, a plain baluster creamer; hallmarked
Silver weight: 253gr (without plated spoon and liners)
Height: 11cm (creamer)

 100-150

165
A PART TWELVE PIECE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER FRUIT KNIFE AND FORK SET
1794 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Aaron Hadfield (knives), and; probably 1829 Birmingham with maker's marks for Joseph Willmore
Comprising five knives with silver blades and seven forks with plated tines in King's pattern; hallmarked to blades, ferrules and handles
Total weight: 436gr
Length: 19cm (knife)

 200-400

166
AN ITALIAN STERLING SILVER PHOTOGRAPH FRAME
Modern era, polygon with silver standard, number and province
Rectangular, with a frame of gently cushion profile with an embossed arabesque border, hallmarked lower right, with a navy felted easel back
Height: 17cm Width: 14cm

 100-140

167
A LARGE EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER CUP
1904 Chester, with maker's marks for George Nathan & Ridley Hayes
A flaring cup with a threaded edge, a wide border of round edged flutes and a broad rivet joined loop handle, with inscription, hallmarked below rim
Silver weight: 138gr
Height: 9cm

 50-100

168
AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER CUP AND SAUCER
Early 20th century, by Shevre & Co of San Francisco, pattern 8026
A scallop edged cup with a high set thread edged handle, simply decorated to the cup and saucer with an engraved ribbon and three leaf motifs; marked underside
Silver weight: 120gr
Height: 4.5cm (cup) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 50-100

169
TWO STERLING SILVER INKWELLS
1901 Birmingham, with maker's marks for A & J Zimmerman, a cut glass globular well upon a recessed navette shaped and footed tray, and; 1898
London, with maker's marks for Goldsmith's & Silversmith's Company, a circular hinge top well upon an integral flat circular base; hallmarked to both
Silver weight: 365gr (without glass wells)
Height: 7cm Length: 20.5cm Width: 9cm

 150-250

170
A VICTORIAN STERLING MUSTARD SPOON AND FIVE ART DECO STERLING SILVER DEMI-TASSE SPOONS
1876 London, with maker's mark for Thomas Smily, a bright cut crested mustard spoon, and; 1932 & 1935 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Asprey & Co., five demi-tasse spoons in two designs, hallmarked to stems of all
Silver weight: 47gr
Lengths: 9.5cm and 7cm

 40-60

171
A FINE PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SERVING SPOONS
1846 London, with maker's marks for Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater
Heavy gauge Queen's pattern spoons with decorative throats and impressive oyster backs; crisply hallmarked underside to the stems
Silver weight: 402gr
Length: 30cm

 400-600

172
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SERVING SPOON, AND A MATCHED SET OF SIX STERLING SILVER FORKS
1803 and 1820 London, with makers' mark for Thomas Dicks (serving spoon) and William Eley & William Fearn (forks)
All in Old English pattern, with hallmarks underside to stems
Silver weight: 525gr
Length: 31.5cm (serving spoon) Length: 20.5cm (fork)

 100-200

173
A CHARMING NOVELTY STERLING SILVER LETTER RACK
1910 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Elkington & Co
Made as a bespoke gift, the small rack with five circular pierced panels each bearing part of a Christmas message, '1910 - Christmas - DP - from - MH', with a carry handle and raised on ball feet; hallmarked to short end
Silver weight: 92gr
Height: 8cm Length: 7cm Width: 5cm

 100-200

174
A STERLING SILVER SUGAR CASTER
1925 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Albert Edward Jones
Of lightly hammered cylindrical form having a pierced dome lid with ball finial and rosette border, a rope twist band to the base, bearing an inscription to the body commemorating a 25th anniversary; hallmarked to the upper body, lid
Silver weight: 164gr
Height: 17cm

 100-150

175
A CASED STERLING SILVER CHILD'S CUTLERY SET
1981 Sheffield, with maker's marks for probably Harrison Brothers
The Queen's pattern set with steel blades comprising a spoon, knife and fork, hallmarked to handles and housed in the hard case of issue
Length: 17cm (knife) and smaller

 50-70

176
A PAIR OF IRISH STERLING SILVER SPOONS
1770 Dublin, with maker's marks for Michael Keating
Old English pattern spoons with rubbed engraved armorials, lion sejant erect, to the terminals; hallmarked underside
Silver Weight: 133gr Length: 22cm

 50-100

176a
A PIERCED AND ORNAMENTED STERLING SILVER DISH
1900 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Jenkins & Timm
Lozenge shaped with scalloped edges, profusely embossed and chased with shell, scroll and floral forms, with pierced circle and quatrefoil motifs, hallmarked to centre
Silver weight: 321gr
Height: 5.5cm Length: 31cm Width: 35cm

 100-200

177
AN EDWARDIAN THREE PIECE STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET
1902 London, with maker's marks for Edward Barnard & Sons
Of compressed rectangular form with gadroon and shell edges in the George III style, the teapot with an ebony handle and finial, all raised on paw feet with shell mounts; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 479gr
Height: 11cm Width: 19.5cm (teapot)

 400-600

178
A SET OF FOUR GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CONDIMENT SPOONS, WITH A VICTORIAN STERLING BUTTERKNIFE AND SUGAR TONGS
Early 19th century and after, various makers
Matching King's pattern mustard spoons, a Queen's pattern butterknife, and a small pair of King's pattern tongs; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 203gr
Length: 20cm (butter knife)

 200-300

179
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TEAPOT
1789 London, with maker's mark for Hester Bateman
Of oil can shape with a timber finial and handle with thumb spur, finely bright cut with delicate borders, a festooned shield cartouche with armorial including a marquis coronet and flanked by formal floral motifs, hallmarked underside
Total weight: 597 gr
Height: 17cm Width: 29.5cm

 4000-6000

180
A FINE LATE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL GOBLET
1835 London, with maker's mark for John Wilmin Figg
Finely embossed with sinuous flowers, a stiff leaf and banded stem to a scroll and chased leaf base, gilt washed to the interior, an engraved armorial of a bear with motto 'Caveat actor' - let the doer be on guard; hallmarked near rim
Silver weight: 292 gr
Height: 17.5cm

 1500-2000

181
A RARE GEORGE III STERLING SILVER WINE FUNNEL AND MATCHING STAND
1804 London, with maker's mark for William Allen III
Of elegant form with thread edges and a slender lobed spout, with a gadroon edged strainer insert and matching stand; crested to all components; hallmarked to funnel and stand
Silver weight: 259 gr Diameter: 11cm (stand) Height: 16.5cm (funnel)

 3000-4000

182
A CASED VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PRESENTATION TRAY
1885 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Martin Hall & Co
Rectangular with shaped corners and straight sides with pierced decoration, beaded rims and bright cut decoration, centred with an 1889 inscription to the recipient on the occasion of his marriage and raised on ball feet; crisply hallmarked and housed in a James McEwan & Co Ltd hard case
Silver weight: 1590gr Height: 5.5cm Length: 38cm Width: 28.5cm

 2000-3000

183
NINETEEN MIXED PIECES OF GEORGIAN, VICTORIAN AND MODERN ERA STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
19th century, London, Edinburgh, various makers; 1986 Sheffield
All in King's pattern and comprising four dinner knives, six Sheffield entrée knives by William Yates Ltd, two entrée forks and seven teaspoons including six single struck Scottish spoons, plus one other; all hallmarked
Total weight: 957gr
Length: 25.5cm (knife)

 500-600

184
A SET OF FOUR SHORT STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS
1985 and 1992 Birmingham, with maker's marks for W.I.Broadway & Co
With threaded rims to the nozzles, swollen and ringed stems to broad spreading bases, weighted; each hallmarked to foot
Total weight: 522gr
Height: 11cm

 100-200

185
A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN CASED STERLING SILVER LIFTER SPOONS
1909 Sheffield, with maker's marks for William Hutton & Sons Ltd
For petit-fours, with Old English pattern stems and bright cut floral engraving to the bowls and terminals; hallmarked underside and housed in a Reid & Sons lined hard case of issue
Silver weight: 55gr
Length: 15cm

 60-100

186
EIGHTEEN MATCHING PIECES OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
1849 Exeter, with maker's marks for Robert, James & Josiah Williams
A six piece setting comprising large and smaller forks with dessert spoons, in Queens pattern with decorative throats and impressive oyster backs; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 1483gr
Length: 21cm and smaller

 1600-2200

187
A FINE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PRESENTATION SNUFF BOX
1846 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Nathaniel Mills
Finely engine turned with scrolling borders with a contemporary inscription to Mr William Grant from members of the Free Church Congregation, Cairnie, for his 'private worth and public usefulness' especially in the cause of the Free Church of Scotland; hallmarked twice to the gilt washed interior
Silver weight: 118gr
Height: 2cm Width: 9cm Depth: 6cm

 500-800

188
A MIXED COLLECTION OF TWO FORKS, THREE NAPKIN RINGS AND FIFTEEN VARIOUS DESSERT, TEA AND SIFTER SPOONS
Early 19th to early 20th century, various assay offices and makers
Comprising three pairs of bright cut cutlery, including a pair by John Hicks of Exeter, various tea spoons and occasional spoons for jam, berries, sifting, and; three napkin rings with bright cut and engraved bands; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 602gr Length: 22cm and smaller

 300-500

189
A STERLING SILVER SALVER PRESENTED TO EDWARD STACE SYMONDS ESQ. C.M.G, UNDER-TREASURER OF VICTORIA FROM 1857-1887
1885 London, with maker's mark for Martin, Hall & Co
A shaped bead edge and bright cut salver raised on ball and claw feet, with inscription to Symonds upon his retirement from officers of the Treasury; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 1311gr Height: 4cm Diameter: 37cm

 800-1200

190
SEVEN .800, .830 AND .925 SILVER GERMAN AND DUTCH DISHES, SPOONS
Late 19th to 20th century
Comprising three cast spoons, two with leafy bowls, and pierced handles, one fashioned as a small shovel with farmyard animals and a milkman finial, an ashtray with cupids, a petite lozenge shaped bowl with flower decoration and one other similar, but rectangular; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 134gr
Length: 13cm (spoon) Height: 2.5cm Length: 10cm Width: 7.5cm

 50-70

191
A PIERCED STERLING SILVER TAZZA
1901 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Hamilton & Co of Calcutta
Of shaped scalloped form and ornately embossed and pierced with shell, scroll and fruiting forms, with four panels of circular piercings and raised on a short broad pedestal
Silver weight: 303gr
Height: 9cm Diameter: 24cm

 250-350

192
A STERLING SILVER SALVER
1901 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Barker Brothers
Circular, with an ornate rocaille pie crust rim and engraved decoration to the tray, raised on three ornate cast feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 840gr
Height: 4cm Diameter: 32.5cm

 400-800

193
A GROUP OF NINE INDIAN AND EASTERN SILVER WARES
Early 20th to mid 20th century
Raj silver including a Madras chinar leaf dish with Swami figures in relief, a bowl and three napkin rings in the Lucknow style with friezes of village life and wild animals, a pair of ornate salt and pepper pots, a decorative bucket, and one other
Silver weight: 409gr
Length: 17cm Width: 16cm (dish)

 200-300

194
THREE CASED SETS OF SILVER CUTLERY: STERLING SILVER AND PLATE
1936 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Arthur Price & Co (coffee spoons), and 1937 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Roberts & Belk (soup spoons)
Six sterling 'coffee bean' spoons; a stylish set of six sterling Art Deco soup spoons, and; a set of six Walker & Hall plated Art Deco fish knives and forks
Silver weight: 724gr (spoons only)
Various sizes

 200-300

195
A RARE WATCH FORM GILT VINAIGRETTE
Circa: 1820 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Joseph Willmore
Crafted as a pocket watch with engine turned faces and scroll and foliate edging and bail, with an ornate grille and twice hallmarked
Total weight: 13 gr
Diameter: 2.5cm

 800-900

196
A PETITE STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1837 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Nathaniel Mills
With bright cut decoration to the cover, an engraved cartouche and cast foliate edges, a pricked grille and twice hallmarked to the gilt washed interior, with bail and suspensory ring
Total weight: 7 gr
Length: 2.5cm Width: 1cm

 400-600

197
AN UNUSUAL ELONGATED SILVER GILT VINAIGRETTE
1835 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Nathaniel Mills
Rectangular, with rounded edges, engine turned with a floral thumbpiece and vacant cartouche, a floral grille and twice hallmarked
Total weight: 19 gr
Length: 5cm Width: 1.5cm

 800-900

198
A STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
Probably 1827 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Nathaniel Mills
Finely engine turned with cast vegetal edges, with a gilt decorative grille and twice hallmarked
Total weight: 30 gr
Length: 4cm Width: 3cm

 1200-1500

199
AN EARLY VICTORIAN VINAIGRETTE
1839 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Joseph Willmore
Finely engine turned and decorated throughout with engraved leafy scrolls, the interior gilt washed with a delicately pierced grille, twice hallmarked
Total weight: 28 gr
Length: 4cm Width: 3cm

 700-800

200
AN EARLY VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1839 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Nathaniel Mills
Finely engine turned with a volute shaped foliate thumbpiece, an ornate grille and twice hallmarked to the gilt washed interior
Total weight: 23 gr
Length: 3.5cm Width: 2.5cm

 800-900

201
A BOOK FORM GILT VINAIGRETTE
1829 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Ledsam Vale & Wheeler
Engine turned with a leather look spine, a vacant cartouche, with hinged grille to the interior; twice hallmarked
Total weight: 16 gr
Length: 3.5cm Width: 2.5cm

 1000-1500

202
A LARGE GEORGE III CAST EDGE STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1826 Birmingham, with maker's mark for John Bettridge
Finely engine turned with shaped foliate edges and a lozenge cartouche, a grille of arabesque design, and twice hallmarked to the gilt washed interior
Total weight: 32 gr
Length: 4cm Width: 3cm

 700-900

203
A GEORGE III SILVER GILT VINAIGRETTE
1818 London, with maker's mark for John Linnit
Engine turned with a vacant cartouche, a decorative grille of oriental poppy design and two crisp hallmarks
Total weight: 21 gr
Length: 3.5cm Width: 2.5cm

 900-1200

204
AN ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER COMMEMORATIVE COMPORT
1905 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Elkington & Co
Trefoil shaped with three threaded high set handles upon a pedestal base, marking the launch of the S.S Hymettus, launched by Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co, for Archibald Currie & Co of Melbourne, the maiden voyage commanded by Master Captain Colin McDonald; provenance: by descent
Silver weight: 831gr Height: 18.5cm Diameter: 21.5cm

 500-900

205
A SUPERB NEOCLASSICAL REVIVAL STERLING SILVER HOT WATER URN
1903 London, with maker's mark for Pairpoint Brothers
Of Classical urn shape with gadroon and husk swag decoration, with high set reeded and bead-trimmed handles with acanthus mounts, a waisted neck and dome with flame finial, the spigot with an anthemion ebony handle, raised on a square base; hallmarked to upper body and lid
Total weight: 3141gr Height: 49cm Width: 35cm Diameter: 21.5cm

 4000-6000

206
A CASED VICTORIAN SOLID STERLING SILVER CAKE KNIFE
1868 Birmingham, with maker's marks for George Unite
The handle cast with rocaille forms, the blade with finely engraved foliate arabesques; hallmarked to blade and ferrule
Silver weight: 64gr
Length: 24.5cm

 80-100

207
THREE STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY SPOONS, A STERLING INFANT'S SPOON, AND A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TONGS
Late 19th century, Netherlands, with London 1911 import mark, an embossed 'Edward II' spoon; a post 1945 Georg Jensen 'Acanthus' caddy spoon; a 1937 Birmingham infant's spoon; a 1969 London scallop shell caddy spoon, and a pair of 1893 Sheffield sugar tongs; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 110gr Length: 11cm and smaller

 50-100

208
A FINE NEOCLASSICAL GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SUGAR BASIN WITH ARMORIAL FOR THE DOWIE FAMILY
1797 Edinburgh, with maker's marks for Graham & McLean
Boat shaped with threaded rims and a swing handle, gadroons to the lower register above an oval pedestal foot, engraved with a dove volant bearing an olive branch in its beak and the motto, 'I wait my time'; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 289gr
Height: 13cm Length: 15cm Width: 10cm

 500-800

209
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER IVORY HANDLED FISH SERVERS
1890 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Henry Wilkinson & Co
The shaped and pierced blade and tines with bright cut foliate decoration, having basket weave ferrules and swollen ivory handles with scalloped edging; hallmarked to blade and throat of fork
Total weight: 270gr
Length: 32cm and 23cm

 100-200

210
A CASED VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CLARET JUG
1863 London, with maker's mark for Stephen Smith & William Nicholson
Ewer shaped with repoussé and chased medallions of fruit and floral motifs between floral pendants, a stippled grape vine handle with applied fruits and leaves, a leafy finial to the hinged lid; hallmarked to throat, lid and base; retailed through Walsh Brothers Melbourne
Silver weight: 752gr Height: 33.5cm

 3000-4000

211
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS
1767 London, with maker's marks for Ebenezer Coker
Gothic inspired with clustered columns raised on gadrooned and weighted square bases, with knot form capitals in low relief, acanthus embellished sconces and removable quatrefoil drip pans engraved with armorial crests; hallmarked to bases and pans
Total Weight:1999gr
Height: 31.5cm

 3000-5000

212
A FINE ARTICULATED STERLING SILVER ELEPHANT
Late 20th century, probably Portuguese, marked .925 with LF monogram
Modelled as a realistic elephant in a tooled and stippled finish, with curled trunk, hinged ears and a finely balanced articulated head, with facet cut garnet eyes, a silver and gilded bead and plaited fringe, ivory tusks and toe nails, hallmarked below neck, throat and ears
Total weight: 2626gr
Height: 26.5cm Width: 46cm

 7000-9000

213
A CASED SET OF STERLING SILVER SPOONS WITH TONGS
1915 Chester, with maker's mark HEB/FEB for Barker Bros
Plain spoons with trefid terminals, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 98gr
Length: 12.5cm (spoons)

 80-150

214
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER VEGETABLE DISHES
1811 London, with maker's mark for Robert Garrard I
Of plain oval straight-sided form and everted ribbed edges, with small, elegant high set scroll handles
Silver weight: 1066 gr
Height: 8cm Length: 23.5cm Width: 16cm

 3000-5000

215
A PAIR OF GERMAN .800 SILVER DISHES WITH DECORATIVE GLASS BOWLS
Post 1886 mark, with maker's mark for Wilhelm Binder
Ornately decorated with rocaille shells, cabochon medallions and flora, having twin cast handles and raised on scrolling feet, the glass inserts with fan cut rims, etched decoration and star burst bases
Silver weight: 438gr
Height: 11.5cm Diameter: 22.5cm

 800-1200

216
A MAGNIFICENT VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CENTREPIECE JARDINIÈRE
1900 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Mappin & Webb
Of compressed oval form, profusely repoussé and chased with peony poppies and acanthus scrolls, with flying scroll vegetal handles and raised on four pierced foliate and scroll feet, with a removal wirework frog; hallmarked to the waisted neck
Silver weight: 2175 gr (without wire frog)
Height: 18cm Length: 43cm Width: 28cm

 5000-8000

217
A STERLING SILVER CLAD DECANTER AND SIX STERLING HOLDERS
1900 London, with maker's marks for William Hutton & Sons Ltd
A small decanter with a pierced vegetal silver clad base, silver mounts and stopper, with associated petite holders for tea glasses; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 186gr (holders only)
Height: 22.5cm (decanter)

 80-120

218
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CUTLERY RESTS AND A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STERLING SUGAR TONGS
1883 London, with maker's marks for Pairpoint Brothers (rests), a pair of bar bell rests, and; 1803 London, with maker's marks RT, a pair of Fiddle pattern tongs; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 120gr
Length: 15cm

 60-100

219
A PAIR OF SMALL STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS
1958 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall
Plain weighted sticks of hexagonal form with sconces upon low domed bases; with timber bases and hallmarked to foot
Total weight: 340gr
Height: 6.5cm

 100-150

220
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER KETTLE
1818 London, with maker's marks for William Bateman I
Of bulbous boat shape with a ribbed collar, gadroons to the rims, a stepped dome lid with finial, the 'seven' shaped handle of square section with ivory insulators, raised on a pedestal base with ball feet, a later inscription to the body; hallmarked to mid body and lid interior
Total weight: 942gr Height: 23.5cm Width: 31cm

 800-1400

221
A CHINESE SILVER BUCKLE BANGLE
Late Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
The hinged broad bangle profusely embellished throughout with bamboo foliage in relief, with three rectangular cartouches each with an identical seal mark; unmarked but X-ray tested for 92.29 silver
Silver weight: 82gr
Diameter: 6cm

 300-600

222
A SET OF FOUR CASED STERLING SILVER SALTS
1900 Chester, with maker's marks, JD over WD, for James Deacon & Sons
Compressed rectangular salts with gadrooned bodies and rims, raised on ball feet and having clear glass liners, housed in a Hamilton & Co hard case
Silver weight: 100gr (without liners)
Height: 4cm Length: 6cm Width: 4.5cm

 100-200

223
A PART CASED SET OF FRUIT KNIVES AND FORKS
1930 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Martin Hall & Co
Comprising six hollow handled knives and five matching forks, with steel blades and tines, housed in the lined hard case of issue
Total weight: 321gr
Length: 17cm

 80-150

224
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TUREENS WITH ARMORIALS
1797 London, with maker's marks for Paul Storr
Neoclassical pedestal tureens with thread and twig ring handles, threaded edges and sweeping reeded handles above conforming stepped oval bases, engraved with Coats of Arms and armorial of Abercromby, a bee with motto 'Vive ut Vivas' - live life to the fullest; hallmarked to foot
Silver weight: 1259 gr Height: 15.5cm Length: 23cm Width: 11cm

 12000-16000

225
A CRESTED GEORGE III STERLING SILVER DOUBLE-HANDLED CUP AND COVER
1804 probably London, maker's marks rubbed
Heavy gauge with a domed lid and finial and a pair of acanthus embellished double scroll handles with acanthus embellishments, lavishly repoussé and chased with flora and bacchanalian putti and raised on a waisted foot; partial hallmarks to foot
Silver weight: 2248gr Height: 30.5cm Width: 29cm Diameter: 16.5cm

 4000-6000

226
A HEAVY GAUGE EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TWO-HANDLED BOWL
1901 Sheffield, with maker's marks, JD over WD, for James Deacon & Sons
The broad bowl with a scalloped everted rim, raised threads with rib to the mid section, with a pair of triple scroll flying handles and raised on four trefid feet; hallmarked to the upper body
Silver weight: 808gr
Height: 13.5cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 400-800

227
THIRTY TWO PIECES OF GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
19th century, mostly London, some Sheffield knives, various dates and makers
The King's pattern cutlery comprising: eight main knives and forks, eight table spoons and eight dessert spoons, all hallmarked
Total weight: 2965gr
Length: 25cm (knife)

 2500-3500

228
A STERLING SILVER MILK JUG IN THE GEORGE II REVIVAL MANNER
1971 London, with scrolling maker's marks 'HB' imitating Hester Bateman
Of baluster form with a 'broken' scroll handle and raised on a stepped pedestal foot, gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 107gr
Height: 10cm

 60-100

229
A PIERCED STERLING SILVER SWING HANDLED BASKET
1898 Chester, with maker's marks for John Millward Banks
A shaped oval basket embossed with floral and shell forms and having pierced panels to the lobed sides and rim, the split spiral twist stem with three ball motifs, and raised on squashed bun feet; hallmarked near hinge
Silver weight: 448gr
Height: 5cm Length: 29cm Width: 23.5cm

 250-350

230
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE
1901 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Elkington & Co
The George III style service of rectangular waisted form with gadroon type flutes and ribs to the lower register and edges, the teapot with an ebonised handle and finial to the shaped and domed lid; hallmarked to bodies
Total weight: 1118gr
Height: 14.5cm Width: 28cm (teapot)

 800-1200

231
A PAIR OF SMALL STERLING SILVER COMPORTS
1900 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Elkington & Co Ltd
Fluted dishes with embossed borders, scroll edges and grapevine decoration upon a stippled ground; hallmarked to dish
Silver weight: 230gr
Height: 5cm Diameter: 16.5cm

 100-200

232
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SPIRIT KETTLE
Circa: 1907 London, with maker's marks for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.
Of rectangular and waisted form in the Georgian manner with gadroons to the lower register, applied ornate rims, a hinged lid with ebony finial and an arching ebony handle, raised on a similarly decorated stand with reeded legs and paw feet, with burner; rubbed marks to kettle, partial marks to stand
Total weight: 1052gr Height: 27.5cm Width: 25cm

 1000-2000

233
A SET OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FRUIT KNIVES AND FORKS FOR SIX
1868 London, with maker's marks, GA, for Chawner & Co
King's pattern hollow handled knives with steel blades, and thread edge double struck forks; hallmarked to handles and stems
Total weight: 615gr
Length: 20cm and 17cm

 200-400

234
A SMALL GEORGE II STERLING SILVER TANKARD
1754 London, with maker's marks for William Shaw & William Priest
Of plain baluster form, having a typical double scroll handle with thumb spur, and raised on a spreading foot; hallmarked underside and engraved with an earlier date and initials, I.C 1752
Silver weight: 183gr
Height: 9.5cm

 200-300

235
A RECTANGULAR .800 SILVER BOX WITH ENGRAVED DEER DECORATION
Mid 20th century
The ribbed rectangular box, hinged and gilt washed to the interior, engraved to the lid with a prancing deer amidst foliage on a basket weave textured ground
Silver weight: 192gr
Height: 4.5cm Length: 9.5cm Width: 8cm

 80-100

236
AN INTERESTING PAIR OF PUSH BUTTON STERLING SILVER AND GLASS SALTS
1905 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Elkington & Co
Globular spiral glass salts with sterling silver mounts with push button tops and broad spreading pedestal bases bearing a 1909 Xmas inscription; thrice hallmarked
Height: 10.5cm

 50-100

237
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SALVER
1890 London, with maker's mark for Martin, Hall & Co
With a pie crust and applied shell and scroll rim and raised on three ball and claw feet, with central engraved monogram; hallmarked underside and retailed through Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London
Height: 2.5cm Diameter: 21cm

 350-450

238
A GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN TWELVE PLACE, EIGHTY FOUR PIECE STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE
19th century, London, various dates and makers
The King's Pattern service comprising main knives and forks, entrée knives and forks, table spoons, dessert spoons, and teaspoons, all hallmarked, the knives with steel blades
Total weight: 5840gr
Length: 25.5cm (knife)

 4000-6000

239
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SERVING SPOON
Early 19th century, with faint mark for London, date/maker's marks rubbed
A thread edged King's pattern spoon, double struck, and crested to the terminal with a bull's head and coronet; hallmarked underside
Length: 31cm
Silver weight: 198gr

 200-300

240
A FINE TWO HANDLED STERLING SILVER URN FORM PRESENTATION CUP
1833 London, with maker's mark for Joseph Angell I & John Angell I
A lobed lid with a flower encrusted finial and cast grapevine edges, acanthus mounted and fluted handles, the lower body profusely embossed and chased with flora, with a contemporary dedication to John Collier Vaudrey, Esq, for his "zealous and efficient services"; hallmarked to lid and body, with timber stand
Silver weight: 1870 gr Height: 32cm

 6000-8000

241
A STERLING SILVER VEGETABLE TUREEN
1932 London, with maker's marks for Catchpole & Williams Ltd
Rectangular with a domed lid and fixed scroll handle, with smart narrow rib trims and edges; hallmarked to lid and base
Silver weight: 1383gr
Height: 13.5cm Length: 27cm Width: 20cm

 1200-2200

242
A STERLING SILVER VANITY CASKET
1896 London, with maker's mark for William Hutton & Sons Ltd
Richly embossed with Art Nouveau style gadroons to the body and hinged lid, with crimped edges and engraved 'Jessie Fraser 1896' to cartouche, hallmarked to upper body and lid
Silver weight:182gr
Height: 5cm Length: 18.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 50-100

243
A LARGE TWIN HANDLED ITALIAN .800 SILVER TEA TRAY
20th century, with lozenge and maker's mark
With a cast Rococo border and handles and a fine plain tray, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 3380gr
Length: 71cm Width: 44.5cm

 1000-1400

244
A SIXTY-ONE PIECE STERLING SILVER CUTLERY SERVICE CRESTED FOR THE FRASER CLAN OF LOVAT, 'JE SUIS PREST', WITH OAK CANTEEN
1896 Sheffield, with maker's mark for John Round & Son Ltd
In Old English pattern and comprising: twelve table forks, table and dessert spoons, eleven dessert forks, ten tea spoons, two gravy spoons, one ladle and one serving spoon; hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 4016gr Length: 21cm (fork)

 2000-4000

245
AN ART DECO GLASS AND IRON WORK BASKET
Circa: 1920s
An amber mottled pale blue shallow bowl enclosed in a metalwork basket with a reeded handle, rose and scroll motifs
Height: 25cm Diameter: 30cm

 150-250

246
NINETEEN MOSTLY VICTORIAN CRANBERRY GLASS WARES
19th century
Eighteen cranberry and ruby glass and one green item comprising: a jug, fourteen bowls and dishes, some with covers, many with clear patterned frills and scallops, three flashed ruby glass jars and containers
Height: 18cm and smaller

 150-250

247
A PAIR OF WATERFORD 'CHATHAM' CANDLESTICKS
Thistle shaped sticks with everted slice cut necks, knops and hexagonal pedestal bases, starbursts underside and stencil marks, in original box
Height: 13cm

 50-100

248
A MONUMENTAL CUT CRYSTAL PERFUME BOTTLE
Modern era
Of circular compressed form with diamond facet cuts, a conical flat-topped faceted stopper with dauber and a facet cut pedestal, in clear crystal reflecting rainbow colours, boxed
Height: 18cm

 100-200

249
A PAIR OF ELSA PERETTI FOR TIFFANY & CO. 'BONE' CRYSTAL CANDLESTICKS
Candlesticks of elongated organic form inspired by bones from the Capuchin crypt at Santa Maria della Concezione in Rome, stencil mark of Tiffany Co. Belgium underside and stencil signature of Elsa Peretti; silver versions of this design are housed in the collection of the British Museum, London
Height: 24.5cm

 50-100

250
A CRANBERRY GLASS BOWL WITH MATCHING JUG, AND A CUT GLASS DECANTER
Later 19th century and after
The bowl and jug with threaded and frilled cranberry rims, applied clear rigaree and raised on a border of shell feet, and; a conical decanter with fan, star and cross hatched motifs, a slice cut neck and a faceted arrow head stopper
Height: 41cm (decanter)

 50-100

251
A MIXED GROUP OF SIX VICTORIAN CELERY VASES
19th century
Of typical pedestal form, three handblown with ribbed bodies and scalloped rims, one in cut crystal, one pressed glass, and other
Height: 25cm and smaller

 100-200

252
A MIXED GROUP OF FIVE CRYSTAL AND GLASS WARES
Early to later 20th century
A Waterford jug with horizontal and diamond cuts, a tapering claret jug of cross hatched design with a plated mount and lid, a crackleware beaker jug, two vintage preserve pots, one with an etched design, the other cut crystal
Height: 29cm and smaller

 50-100

253
TWO GEORGE III GLASS DECANTERS
Early 19th century
One with eight pronounced ribs and a pear-shaped stopper of conforming design, and; an ovoid slice and flute cut decanter with three annulated neck rings and a target stopper; ground pontils to both
Height: 27.5cm

 100-150

254
A BRONZE AND CUT CRYSTAL TAZZA
A diamond point dish supported by a cupid and raised on a square diamond point plinth above a bronze base with Classical border decoration
Height: 27.5cm Diameter: 27.5cm

 600-1200

255
A FRENCH CRYSTAL AND BRONZE CAMPANA URN VASE ON STAND
20th century, decal to interior
An urn with a cast bronze border to the rim, a slice cut neck to a diamond point lower register and raised on a stiff leaf bronze stem to a crystal and bronze base with Classical border decoration in relief and circular beaded feet
Height: 32cm Diameter: 21.5cm

 1000-2000

256
A CUT CRYSTAL CLARET JUG WITH A GILDED MOUNT
19th century, stamped H&H with eagle
Of tapering form with diamond cuts, having an elaborate embossed frieze with Bacchanalian putti and grapevines, a lid with stiff leaf designs and lion rampant finial, and a scrolled handle
Height: 25cm

 300-400

257
AN ART DECO BLUE GLASS VASE
Circa: 1920s-30s
A barrel shaped frosted vase with stylised flowers and navette shapes on a textured ground; unmarked
Height: 28cm

 120-160

258
A HEAVY GLASS WATER JUG WITH A SILVER PLATED MOUNT
Mid 20th century
The elongated press moulded jug with leaf style flutes and diamond point border decoration, the spout with beaded trims
Height: 26.5cm

 40-60

259
A GROUP OF THREE VINTAGE CUT CRYSTAL DECANTERS
Two spirit decanters, one with vertical cuts, the other with a cross hatched and flat diamond point frieze, the third of obelisk form with diamond cuts and having a sterling silver collar, all with facet cut globular stoppers
Height: 33.5cm and smaller

 80-120

260
A SET OF NINE STUART CRYSTAL WINE GLASSES
Each with a long bowl of ogee profile with twelve tapering slice cuts, a faceted stem to a low domed foot, stencil marks underside
Height: 16.5cm

 100-200

261
TWENTY-SIX BACCARAT STEM GLASSES IN THREE SIZES
Twelve large wine, and seven glasses each of two slightly smaller sizes, of simple conical form with vertical navette cuts; stencil marks underside
Height: 15.5cm and smaller

 650-850

262
AN ART DECO OPALESCENT GLASS VASE BY VERLYS
Circa: 1930s
The tapering vase with twin faceted 'C' scroll handles, decorated with flowers in relief to the body; Verlys France mark in relief to interior base
Height: 20cm

 500-800

263
A GROUP OF FIVE GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES
Early 20th century to modern era
A pedestal cut crystal bottle with a plated mount, two atomiser bottles in red and blue glass with plated mounts, a modern Czech bottle in the Art Deco style in uranium hues, and a cased modern bottle in clear and cranberry colours with an applied thread design and a facet cut stopper
Height: 15.5cm and smaller

 100-200

264
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL GOBLET-SHAPED VASE
Post 1978 period
The flaring goblet with an integral conical foot, eight long frosted and incised fern leaves, original 'Lalique Cristal Paris' decal label to the rim and engraved Lalique France to the base
Height: 16cm

 120-150

265
A SET OF EIGHT CUT CRYSTAL WATERFORD HOCK GLASSES
1952-2018, production period
Goblets with a diamond point design and raised on faceted tapering stems, stencil marks underside
Height: 19cm

 100-200

266
AN ART DECO STYLE EMERALD GREEN GLASS VASE
The tapering vase with a cup shaped rim with a moulded floral design to the lower body, in mottled emerald colours, numbered '1' in relief underside
Height: 14cm

 50-80

267
A SMALL ART DECO OPALESCENT BIRD VASE BY VERLYS
Circa: 1938
A square section fan shaped vase with moulded pairs of birds to both faces, unmarked
Height: 11cm Width: 174cm Depth: 7.5cm

 350-450

268
NINE CUT AND FLASHED GLASS AND CRYSTAL HOCK GOBLETS
In four patterns, two by Val St Lambert, others Bohemian, in various shades of green, cranberry, one each in purple, smoke and black; stencil and etched marks to some
Height: 20cm and smaller

 100-200

269
A VINTAGE BOHEMIAN 'MARY GREGORY' GREEN GLASS PITCHER AND TWO MATCHING GLASSES
Late 19th century - 20th century
In deep green colours, a hand-blown pitcher and two tapering glasses each decorated with children in landscape settings, in white enamel, the faces in flesh tones, the pitcher with ground pontil
Height: 28.5cm and 12.5cm

 50-100

270
A SELECTION OF SIX SIGNED ART GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES
1970s to 1990s
A selection of bottles by: Nick Wirdnam of Monash Glass, Richard Clements of Tasmania (marked with an 'R' in relief to a circle), and demonstrating a range of techniques including cased glass, rough fired and enamel work, pulled decors, controlled bubble
Height: 19cm and smaller

 50-100

271
A CAMEO GLASS VASE BY ARGENTAL
Circa: 1900
The slender tapering vase decorated throughout with trailing roses and foliage, in a gold, amber and deep russet palette, mark of Argental with Cross of Lorraine in cameo lower body
Height: 20cm

 600-900

272
A PAIR OF FROSTED GLASS AND METAL WARE TABLE LAMPS
Circa: 1920s-30s
Frosted globe shades with diamond and square shapes raised on a birdcage stem united by stylised floral motifs above a square textured base
Height: 40cm

 500-600

273
AN ART DECO AMBER GLASS COMPORT
Circa: 1930s
The golden amber dish continuously decorated with flowers and hail spots in relief upon an unusual stem comprised of three metal capped cylinders to a ribbed circular metalware base, signed, apparently AM, in relief to glass
Height: 12cm Diameter: 32cm

 140-250

274
A FRENCH VERLUX MOULDED GLASS PLATTER
Circa: 1930s
The large platter with pairs of pheasants to the broad rim, Verlux France in relief underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 35cm

 100-200

275
A GEORGIAN CUT CRYSTAL WHISKEY WATER JUG
Circa: 1800
A waisted jug with serrated edging, an applied handle with flattened thumb rest, deep horizontal cuts to the neck above a slice cut collar, the body with strawberry diamonds above a broad diamond point border, a ground pontil
Height: 14.5cm

 50-80

276
A FIVE PIECE ART DECO CZECHOSLOVAKIAN GLASS VANITY SET
Circa: 1920s
Four conical faceted bottles with straight-sided conforming stoppers, and a matching atomiser with white metal mounts, in muted clear green glass, stencil mark of Tcheco-slovaquie underside
Height: 12.5cm and smaller

 60-120

277
A MONUMENTAL MULLER FRÈRES ORANGE ART DECO CASED GLASS VASE
Circa: 1920s
Of elongated ovoid form with a small waisted neck in deep orange with an irregular trailing purple collar and flecks, the base similar but with a granitic appearance, random patches with silver foil inclusions, etched mark of Muller Frères Luneville to lower body
Height: 38cm

 750-950

278
A LARGE VERLYS OPALESCENT GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
The tapering vase moulded with six pineapples issuing foliage, arching forms to the lower body, marked Verlys France in relief
Height: 25cm

 500-900

279
A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER MOUNTED DECANTERS
1900 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Elkington & Co
Elongated bell-shaped decanters or jugs with applied handles, both with a triple spiral rib and an applied green thread décor, with matching pointed stoppers, plain collars and roll over edged spouts; hallmarked to collar; one as found
Height: 33.5cm

 200-400

280
A BOLD CAGE BLOWN GLASS VASE BY VERRIERES D'ART LORRAIN (DAUM)
Early 20th century, mark rubbed
In striking modulating iron red, orange and white tones, blown into a wrought iron strapwork armature, purchased by vendor at the Armadale Antique Centre for $2900
Height: 28.5cm

 500-900

281
A VERLYS STYLE ART DECO BROWN SMOKE GLASS COMPORT
Circa: 1930s
A shallow bowl with a fold over lobed edge and a radiating pointed petal design, raised on a stepped chromed metal base
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 34.5cm

 100-150

282
A SMALL ETLING OPALESCENT GLASS DISH
Circa: 1930, marked Etling France 100 in relief
The press moulded bowl with a swirling arrangement of slender leaves and groups of dried poppy heads
Height: 4cm Diameter: 17cm

 120-140

283
AN ART DECO GLASS VASE WITH GILT BANDS
Circa: 1930s-40s
The vase with an everted rim having a pronounced large bead border, a series of graduated horizontal gilt bands to the base with eight demi-lune feet
Height: 19cm

 150-250

284
A SLOVENIAN MID CENTURY GLASS VASE
Circa: 1940s-50s
The tapering vase with etched flowers and foliage upon a gilt trellis ground between gilt bands; marked Slovenia and one other mark underside
Height: 21.5cm

 150-250

285
AN ANTIQUE CLARET JUG WITH A PLATED MOUNT
Circa: 1900
The globular jug with a long neck, lightly cut and etched with floral motifs, having a brass collar and waisted hinged lid, with a cast scrolling silver plated handle, twist finial and acanthus shaped spout
Height: 30.5cm

 150-250

286
TWO DOULTON 'HARVEST' WARES WITH STERLING SILVER MOUNTS
1901 and 1902 London silver marks, patterns 658 and 9889
A large beaker and an ovoid jug with plain mounts, rich green black glazed borders to the upper registers, typically decorated with applied topers and stag hunting scenes; impressed pattern and Royal Doulton and Doulton Lambeth marks underside
Height: 16.5cm and 13cm

 50-100

287
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE DELFT 'CASHMIRE' COVERED VASES
19th century
Ovoid vases with low domed lids, with tin glaze decoration in green, russet and blue colours upon a pale apricot ground with continuous bird and floral scenes in the oriental manner below a fret work collar; iron red painted AR monogram mark underside
Height: 32.5cm

 400-600

288
FIVE ENGLISH PORCELAIN WARES, A JUG, DISH, PLATE, TWO TUREENS
Early to later 19th century
A Masons clobbered transferware Japan pattern hydra jug with a serpent handle; a Japan pattern scalloped dish probably by Masons; an unmarked plate in a kakiemon style design, a Mason's red 'Vista' tureen, and; a blue and white boat shaped sauce tureen with girl in a headscarf lug handles, unmarked
Height: 17cm (jug) Diameter: 26.5cm (plate)

 50-100

289
A HERALDIC PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE
20th century
Replicating Qianlong porcelain with crest, famille rose and white moriage enamel decorations, with faux oriental marks underside
Height: 17.5cm Diameter: 20cm

 260-320

290
A W & R CARLTON WARE 'TEMPLE' VASE
Circa: 1927, design attributed to Horace Wain
A small baluster vase with oriental temples, kakiemon style trees and a figure on a bridge in enamel colours upon a blood red ground, with a gilt brocade border to a matt black collar and neck, backstamp with rubbed pattern number
Height: 11.5cm

 100-120

291
A CARLTON WARE PEDESTAL CUP
Early/mid 20th century, backstamp of 1925-1970 period
Probably Mikado pattern, a variation of 2364, decorated externally with a pagoda, pavilion and trees in enamel colours on a mottled blue ground, with lace like gilded rims and gilt washed to the interior, backstamp underside
Height: 9cm

 100-150

292
A W & R CARLTON WARE 'TUTANKHAMEN' DISH AND COVER
Circa: 1922, pattern 2711, design attributed to Enoch Bolton
A circular bowl and cover decorated with Egyptian figures and motifs in enamel colours and gilt on a mottled blue ground; backstamps including the gold Tutankhamen mark commemorating Egyptologist Howard Carter's discovery
Height: 9cm Diameter: 15cm

 400-500

293
A PAIR OF VINTAGE FRENCH TRIPOD BASED PORCELAIN VASES
Mid 20th century
Amphora shape vases with pointed toes in Limoges cobalt blue with gilt bouquets and trophies, raised on gilt caprine legs to a triangular base; French painted mark to base
Height: 24.5cm

 200-400

294
A ROYAL DOULTON BONE CHINA FIGURE OF 'THE POTTER'
Introduced 1932, HN 1493, designed by C.J. Noke
In rich mottled glazes and depicting a middle-aged figure wrapped in an orange brown robe and seated upon a purple blue fringed cushion painting a pot, surrounded by an assortment of wares; green backstamp underside, decorator's initials HB, title
Height: 18.5cm Width: 17.5cm Depth: 13cm

 100-200

295
A SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER 'FRUIT STUDY' PEDESTAL URN
Second half 20th century, shape 1969, signed by S. Weston
An elegant Neoclassical urn with a trumpet neck, applied leaf and scroll high set handles above a jewelled socle and shaped square base, richly gilded with white enamel trims and continuously decorated with peaches and grapes to one side, apples and purple grapes to the other, black backstamp underside
Height: 31cm

 1600-2400

296
A VICTORIAN ROYAL WORCESTER FIGURE, 'KNEELING WATER CARRIER'
1886, shape 596 introduced in 1877
Finely modelled as an elderly Eastern water carrier emptying his amphora into a bowl upon a rocky circular base, finely rendered in ivory satin glaze, the figure in shot bronze and muted gold colours wearing an iron red fez, green backstamp with date cipher underside, additional impressed stamp marked X8
Height: 28.5cm

 700-1000

297
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH FAIENCE PLATE
19th century
Polychrome decorated to the unctuous glaze with a pheasant and foliage, with cherry red feathering to the rim, unmarked and with stilt marks underside
Diameter: 23cm

 100-120

298
A LARGE FLORAL DECORATED MEISSEN BOWL
20th century
With a lavish gilt and white leaf moulded border and centred with a hand decorated floral arrangement; crossed underglaze sword marks, impressed numerals, letters and ciphers, probable decorator's mark
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 30cm

 250-350

299
A MOORCROFT PLATE
Post 1950 period
Decorated with a broad border of maroon and blue plum coloured flowers with pale green and teal foliage upon a washed blue ground; impressed marks, facsimile signature and remnant Royal warrant label underside
Diameter: 26cm

 100-200

300
A HAND DECORATED FLAMBEAU LIMOGES ROSE PLATE
Circa: 1900
The large dish with gilded scrolling rims, decorated throughout with full blown pink and yellow roses on a green ground, signed Rene to image, two green banner wrapped torch backstamps underside
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 30cm

 400-800

301
A FRENCH HAND DECORATED PORTRAIT PLATE
1903, painted by B. Adcock
A portrait of 'Madame Elizabeth - après Vigée Le Brun', an exact copy of the self portrait by the Revolutionary artist and surrounded by a patterned maroon border; green backstamp underside, artist's name and title
Diameter: 22cm

 100-200

302
TWO SMALL TRUMPET VASES: W & R CARLTON WARE 'TEMPLE' AND CARLTON WARE 'MIKADO'
Mid to late 1920s, patterns 2929 and 2881
Both with oriental designs in enamel colours, 'Temple' in mid blue with a cracked ice black and gold rim, 'Mikado' in matt black with an iron red and gold cracked ice rim; backstamps and pattern numbers underside
Height: 7.5cm

 100-120

303
A PAIR OF SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER NEOCLASSICAL COVERED VASES
1959, signed Freeman to bodies (John H. Freeman, noted fruit painter)
Baluster vases with gilded domed covers with finials, simulated bronze key pattern handles and husk pendants and raised on gilt socles and bases, finely decorated with apples, peaches, grapes and other fruits upon a naturalistic leafy ground, signed to main reserve, black backstamps, shape 2713 underside
Height: 21cm

 1000-2000

304
A ROYAL VIENNA NEOCLASSICAL COVERED URN
Late 19th century, with shield or beehive mark
Baluster shaped with a pedestal base and small bracket handles, decorated with two oval reserves, one depicting Mars and Venus with cupids, a trio of figures in a landscape to the reverse, with lavish formal gilt and enamel borders and jewelling to taupe and green bands on a red brown ground, underglaze blue mark underside
Height: 22cm

 800-1200

305
A SIGNED ROYAL VIENNA NEOCLASSICAL COVERED URN
Late 19th century, with shield or beehive mark
Baluster shaped having a cover with finial, sweeping bracket handles and raised on a socle and stepped pedestal base, reserved with a Classical mythological narrative, signed Dressl, upon a maroon ground with formal gilded borders, arabesques and pink bands, blue backstamp underside, rubbed script
Height: 32cm

 1000-2000

306
A WEDGWOOD CANEWARE GAME PIE DISH WITH INSERT
1866, with impressed cipher BCU
Shaped as a high sided oval pie, well decorated in relief with hanging game birds and grapevine garlands to the body, the lid with pairs of birds and hares and a crouching rabbit handle, with the glazed original insert; impressed Wedgwood mark underside and impressed date cipher, other
Height: 14cm Length: 23cm Width: 17cm

 150-300

307
A PAIR OF PORCELAIN SHEPHERD AND SHEPHERDESS FIGURAL CANDLESTICKS
Later 19th century, probably Samson Edmé et Cie, Paris, after Derby models
In the 18th century manner, brightly coloured hard paste figures, she playing a lute and accompanied by a sheep, and he playing a bagpipe, a dog at his side, with flower encrusted bocages issuing twin candlesticks and raised on rocaille moulded bases picked out in gilt and puce; mock 'Bow' factory marks verso
Height: 28cm Width: 25.5cm Depth: 15cm

 600-800

308
THREE PORCELAIN ORNAMENTS: SITZENDORF, ROYAL DOULTON, NAO
Early to later 20th century
An early 20th century German figure of a male flower seller in 18th century attire with a basket of flowers and seated on a trunk on a moulded and encrusted base; a vintage Royal Doulton 'Old Lavender Seller' figure pattern HN 1571, and; a Nao group of two spaniel puppies; backstamps to all
Height: 16cm and smaller

 50-100

309
A FRENCH MAJOLICA GRAVY BOAT BY ORCHIÈS
Circa: 1900, number 23
The moulded boat with shell and scroll forms in teal and brown washed colours upon an integral conforming tray, incised numerals underside
Height: 12cm Length: 28cm Width: 17cm

 100-120

310
A VINTAGE 'NAPOLEON' PORCELAIN DECANTER
1930s, with maker's mark for Robj of Paris
Modelled as Napoleon Bonaparte, his hat serving as the stopper, blue stencil mark underside
Height: 25.5cm

 150-250

311
A ROYAL STAFFORDSHIRE BOWL BY CLARICE CLIFF
Circa: 1950s
A 'Dinnerware' series bowl continuously decorated with lily type flowers in underglaze colours upon a pale green ground; brown backstamp underside
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 19.5cm

 60-100

312
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS AND ARTICHOKE PLATE BY FIVES-LILLES
Circa: 1900, pattern 1305
A moulded dish in emerald colours on a cream ground, painted mark underside
Height: 3cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 50-80

313
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS PLATE BY LONGCHAMPS
Circa: 1900
The moulded dish in washed glazes with scallop shell and asparagus tip edging; impressed marks underside
Height: 3cm Diameter: 25cm

 50-80

314
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS PLATE BY ST CLEMENT
Circa: 1900
A moulded and incised plate with asparagus tips and flora in maroon, lemon and pale green colours on a cream ground, backstamp underside and K&G mark for Keller & Guerin
Height: 2cm Diameter: 26cm

 50-80

315
A GROUP OF FOUR LLADRO BATHER FIGURES
2002-2008, sculptor: Alfredo Lorens, decorator: Juan Ruiz
In biscuit porcelain, the nude female bathers, three seated and one standing, all with drapery and headscarfs in pale tints, each posing on an ebonised stand or against a plinth, backstamps underside and individually numbered plaques with details of modeller and decorator
Height: 40.5cm and smaller

 200-300

316
A PAIR OF W & R CARLTON WARE 'MIKADO' CANDLESTICKS
1924-1927 period, pattern 2881, design attributed to Enoch Bolton
Shaped pillar sticks with cup shaped sconces and wells, decorated with oriental figures, pavilions and landscapes in enamel colours upon a matt black ground with terracotta borders, black backstamp, painted pattern underside
Height: 18cm

 400-500

317
A CROWN DEVON 'ETON BOATING SONG' MUSICAL JUG
Circa: 1930s
Of ovoid form with a figural handle moulded as an Eton pupil with boater hat, with relief decoration of the school clock tower and a rowing eight scene, crossed oars below the wide spout accompanied by the song lyrics
Height: 24cm

 200-300

318
A CROWN DEVON PORCELAIN MUSIC BOX
Circa: 1930s
Rectangular with relief moulding depicting a young couple on a tandem bicycle in the countryside, playing 'Daisy Bell', with song lyrics to one long side and mark of Crown Devon and registration mark to the other, as found
Height: 10.5cm Length: 21cm Width: 12cm

 100-120

319
A T&V LIMOGES HAND DECORATED COVERED BOWL
Early 20th century, signed M Marshall '07 to lid and bowl
A waisted twin handled bowl with low domed lid decorated with purple violets; green backstamp underside T&V Déposé Touraine
Height: 12.5cm Diameter: 17.5cm

 200-400

320
TWO CONTINENTAL FIGURAL PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS
Late 19th to early 20th century, German, with crossed 'hockey sticks' enclosing letter B mark to one, faux Augustus Rex type mark to other
A bright polychrome 18th century dressed boy figure and a bucolic female figure holding a rose, both with twin flower encrusted candle branches, and moulded bases; marks underside
Height: 29.5cm and smaller

 200-300

321
A LARGE FRENCH FLORAL BLUE GROUND VASE
Circa: 1900
Of baluster form with a trumpet neck and lobed rim, extravagant looping gilt handles with floral mounts, and a finely painted floral medallion with an abundance of spring flowers upon a cobalt ground embellished with gilt patterns and sprigs; unmarked
Height: 44cm

 300-400

322
AN IMPRESSIVE BLUE AND GOLD GRAND TOUR STYLE URN VASE
Late 19th century
The urn vase with high set leafy handles, a turned short pedestal to a socle and square base, with a matte brown border with leaf and berry designs in gilt, the body with cornucopia, laurel and festooned trophies, marked France with castle stamp underside
Height: 42cm

 300-500

323
A PAIR OF SIGNED ROYAL VIENNA PEDESTAL VASES ON STANDS
19th - early 20th century, signed both A. and F. Heer
Neoclassical urns with high set brilliantly gilded handles and raised on a spreading circular base with moulded zoomorphic feet, decorated to the body with pairs of medallions depicting mythological figural scenes after Angelica Kauffman upon a bright cobalt blue ground, with formal gilded decorations, the stands similarly decorated, shield or beehive mark underside
Height: 37cm

 1000-2000

324
A MOORCROFT ANEMONE VASE
1928-1949 period
A high shouldered pot with a deep frieze of tubelined anemone flowers in creamy maroon and washed blue glazes and pale green foliage upon a blue and Prussian green ground; impressed marks, William Moorcroft signature and Potter to HM the Queen stamp underside
Height: 16cm

 200-400

325
A MOORCROFT ANEMONE VASE
Post 1950 period
Of ovoid pot form with a deep frieze of tubelined anemone flowers in maroon, white and blue glazes with green foliage upon a blue and Prussian green ground; impressed factory mark, facsimile signature underside
Height: 15.5cm

 200-400

326
A MOORCROFT ANEMONE VASE
1928-1949 period
A pear-shaped vase with a deep frieze of tubelined anemone flowers in creamy maroon and washed blue glazes and pale green and teal foliage upon an ink blue ground; impressed marks, William Moorcroft signature and Potter to HM the Queen stamp underside
Height: 18.5cm

 200-400

327
A MOORCROFT ANEMONE BOWL
Post 1950 period
The bowl centred with a maroon anemone flower, and decorated externally with a continuous frieze of tubelined flowers in washed maroon and blue purple glazes, including a bud and profile flower image, upon a blue and Prussian green ground; impressed mark, facsimile signature underside
Height: 7cm Diameter: 16cm

 100-200

328
A CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE SPARROW BEAK JUG
Circa: 1775-90
The baluster body decorated in the 'Fisherman' pattern with a man and cranes among foliage and pavilions, having a loop handle and mock Chinese marks underside
Height: 11.5cm

 110-150

329
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE GROUND PLATE
Circa: 1770
Decorated in the 'Kakiemon' pattern with sprays of chrysanthemum heads in colours to shaped reserves upon a blue scale ground, mock Chinese seal mark underside, with paper labels, 'McIlraith Collection' and 'JH Burden, Sydney'
Diameter: 19.5cm

 120-150

330
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE DISH
Circa: 1770
The lobed dish decorated in 'Gilly Flower' pattern with scattered floral sprays, script 'W' mark underside, with paper label, 'McIlraith Collection'
Height: 4.5cm Length: 24cm Width: 17.5cm

 160-200

331
A CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1785
The body decorated in 'Bell Toy' pattern with a mother and child among vases of flowers and tables, crescent and Salopian 'St' marks underside
Height: 5cm (cup) Diameter: 12cm (saucer)

 110-150

332
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE COFFEE POT
Circa: 1770
The baluster body in the 'Three Flowers' pattern with butterflies and floral sprays, the cover with an acorn and leaf finial, crescent mark underside (repair to finial)
Height: 23.5cm

 160-200

333
A CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE MOULDED MASK HEAD JUG
Circa: 1780
The baluster body decorated in 'Gilly Flower' pattern with scattered floral sprays on a leaf moulded ground, a double loop handle, open crescent mark underside, with paper label, 'McIlraith Collection'
Height: 15cm

 160-200

334
MITCHELL, JENNI (B.1955)
Yarra River, Eltham Park, Eltham
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Jenni Mitchell '86 lower left
Height: 136cm Width: 181cm

 500-600

335
NAPANANGKA, ANMANARI (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Acrylic on canvas, with artist's name verso and label for Qdosarts (Lorne, Victoria)
Height: 90cm Width: 122cm

 100-200

336
IRVING, JAMES THWAITE (BRITISH SCHOOL, ACTIVE 1880-1909)
Ploughing the field
Oil on canvas, signed James Thwaite Irving lower left, housed in a fine Victorian timber gilt frame
Height: 43cm Width: 73cm

 300-600

337
TURNER, KATE
August Evening, 2005
Oil on handmade cotton paper, signed Kate verso, with artist's name and title to Liverpool Street Gallery label
Height: 102cm Width: 72cm

 100-200

338
MOLENA, P (19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL)
Scutari, Bosphorus view
Oil on canvas, signed P. Molena lower left and to plaque on gilded frame; part label verso with partial title, and also faint pencil inscription to stretcher; housed in an antique gilded frame
Height: 62cm Width: 75cm

 4000-8000

339
BROWN, SIR JOHN ALFRED ARNESBY, RA (1866-1955) (ATTRIBUTED)
Rural view and cloud study
Oil on canvas, marked with monogram lower right, and housed in the original J.J Patrickson of Chelsea gilded frame
Height: 66cm Width: 103cm

 2000-3000

340
A SIGNED LEWIS MORLEY PRINT OF CHRISTINE KEELER
After the 1963 photograph of Christine Keeler sitting astride a copy of an Arne Jacobsen chair, signed Morley in silver felt pen lower left, and printed 'Lewis Morley I to Eye' lower right, together with an exhibition catalogue of same title by T&G Publishing, 2011
Height: 78cm Width: 58cm

 500-800

341
DUJARDIN, KAREL (1622-1678, DUTCH SCHOOL)
Boy with donkey and dog in an Italian setting
Oil on timber panel, signed K Dujardin centre right, housed in a fine antique timber gilt and moulded frame, together with a mirror image etching of the same donkey and dog, signed Carle Dujardin to plate upper left
Height: 22cm Width: 25cm and smaller

 1500-2000

342
LEANDRE, CHARLES LUCIEN (1862-1930)
Spoils of Position
An 1880s colour fan shaped lithograph, signed C. Leandre to plate lower right and also initialled CL and editioned 14/80 in pencil lower image
Height: 24cm Width: 49cm

 500-800

343
WILKS, MAXWELL (B.1944)
Spring Morning Castlemaine
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Maxwell Wilks '88 lower left
Height: 64.5cm Width: 90cm

 600-800

344
LOXTON, JOHN SAMUEL (1903-1969)
Autumn poplars
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated John S. Loxton '44 lower left
Height: 35.5cm Width: 50cm

 300-500

345
HAYES, BETTE (B.1922)
Arrival of the Coach
Oil on canvas, signed Bette Hayes lower right, title in pencil verso
Height: 60cm Width: 75cm

 200-300

346
20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
Abstract
Ink and wash on paper, signed indistinctly and dated '54 lower left
Height: 55.5cm Width: 75cm

 100-200

347
FRASER, DONALD (1929-2009)
Beach scene
Oil on board, signed Donald Fraser lower left
Height: 15cm Width: 25cm

 100-200

348
MITCHELL, JENNI (B.1955)
'Wimmera Storm'
Oil on linen, signed and dated Jenni Mitchell '84 lower left
Height: 99cm Width: 114cm

 450-650

349
19TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Pair of paintings: Wentworth Falls, and The Three Sisters, Blue Mountains, New South Wales
Oils on board, initialled PC lower left to both
Height: 40cm Width: 54.5cm

 200-300

350
19TH-20TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
Landscape with ruin
Watercolour on paper, signed indistinctly beneath mount lower right
Height: 22cm Width: 32cm

 100-200

351
SMALES, PETER (B.1958)
Evening Portsea, Fisherman's Beach
Oil on board, signed Peter Smales lower right
Height: 19.5cm Width: 29cm

 500-700

352
A PAIR OF LIMITED EDITION BANKS' FLORILEGIUM FACSIMILE PRINTS
Copper engraved colour plates, published by Alecto Historical Editions, London, in association with the British Museum (Natural History) between 1980 and 1990, after the original 1769 watercolours by botanist Sydney Parkinson, sailing on James Cook's first voyage, including: plate 637, edition 36/100, 'Limnophila Fragrans', and; plate 438, edition 36/100, 'Gonocarpus Montanus',
Height: 46.5cm Width: 29.5cm

 200-300

353
A 19TH CENTURY BOTANICAL PRINT
A chromolithographic print of the phases of development of an acorn
Height: 41.5cm Width: 31cm

 50-100

354
EIGHT ANTIQUE PRINTS
1793 and early 19th century
Two sets of four prints, comprising four oval prints of London scenes published in London and Paris, and later hand coloured engravings of London and Rome
Height: 11.5cm Width: 14cm (pictured)

 200-400

355
JACKMAN, HILARY (B.1943)
'Eltham Walk'
Oil on canvas board, signed Hilary Jackman lower right; title and dated 1977 to label verso; also Eltham Gallery label
Height: 21.5cm Width: 30cm

 250-350

356
18TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Rustic figures in a landscape
Oil on panel, unsigned
Height: 13.5cm Width: 19cm

 300-500

357
20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Village and ruin
Oil on composition board, signed and possibly dated but indistinctly lower left
Height: 20.5cm Diameter: 25.5cm

 150-250

358
CILENTO, PHYLLIS MARGARET (MARGARET) (1926-2003)
Woman Dressing
Oil on canvas, signed and dated, sideways, M Cilento '93 lower left, title to stretcher, signature and date also to canvas
Height: 14.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 200-400

359
HARDY, THOMAS BUSH, RBA, (1842-1897)
On the Scheveningen Coast
Watercolour on paper, initialled TBA lower right, title and artist's name to plaque below image; a noted painter of coastal scenes in England, Holland, Italy, exhibitor at the Royal Academy 1872-1897; a similar scene of the same coastline is housed in the collection of the Art Gallery of NSW, acquired 1882
Height: 10cm Width: 15cm

 500-700

360
19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
Romantic landscape with ruin
Watercolour on paper, signed indistinctly, possibly McPhee, and dated 1828 lower right
Height: 20cm Width: 32cm

 150-250

361
FIVE GEORGIAN HAND COLOURED STRIP MAPS OF ENGLISH COUNTIES
Early 19th century
Strip maps with detailed histories of the areas, four double-sided, hand colouring probably later
Length: 19cm Width: 13cm and smaller

 50-100

362
EIGHT ANTIQUE MAPS OF BRITISH COUNTIES AND IRELAND
19th century
Maps by various engravers including two large maps of Oxfordshire and Ireland, two smaller maps of Sussex and Surrey, four smaller maps of Derbyshire, Tipperary, Lincolnshire and Sussex
Length: 27cm Width: 21.5cm (pictured)

 100-200

363
DE VILLIERS, PIERRE (SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOL 1921-2004)
Cape cottage and women washing
Oil on canvas board, signed Pierre de Villiers lower right
Height: 45cm Width: 60cm

 150-250

364
RUBUNTJA, WENTEN, (1926-2005)
Mountain scene
Watercolour on paper, signed Wenten Rubuntja lower centre
Height: 17cm Width: 51cm

 300-500

365
BREYDEL, FRANS (FLEMISH SCHOOL 1679-1750) (ATTRIBUTED)
Classical figures gathered around a female musician in an Arcadian interior
Oil on canvas, unsigned, with plaque to frame; provenance: The Batten Family, Church Farm, Ryme Intrinseca, Dorset; private collection Melbourne
Height: 54cm Width: 46cm

 1000-1500

366
BREYDEL, FRANS (FLEMISH SCHOOL 1679-1750) (ATTRIBUTED)
Classical figures dining in an Arcadian interior
Oil on canvas, unsigned, with plaque to frame; provenance: The Batten Family, Church Farm, Ryme Intrinseca, Dorset; private collection Melbourne
Height: 54cm Width: 46cm

 1000-1500

367
MORGAN, FREDERICK (BRITISH SCHOOL 1847-1927) (SCHOOL OF)
Girl in a meadow
Oil on canvas, unsigned
Height: 67cm Width: 46cm

 1000-2000

368
HILL, THOMAS G. (BRITISH SCHOOL 1913-1984)
Still Life: floral study
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Thomas Hill '74 lower left
Height: 50cm Width: 60cm

 400-800

369
KOENIG, DESZO (SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOL, 1902-1972)
Family group
Oil on board, signed D Koenig lower left
Height: 49cm Width: 59cm

 300-500

370
MANNIX, MAX (B.1939)
'Keep it closed'
Oil on board, title and signed Max Mannix lower left, with gallery label for Tom Mathieson and biographical information verso
Height: 14cm Width: 14cm

 300-600

371
MANNIX, MAX (B.1939)
'The Horse Paddock'
Oil on board, title and signed Max Mannix lower left, with gallery label for Tom Mathieson and biographical information verso
Height: 19cm Width: 24cm

 400-600

372
MANNIX, MAX (B.1939)
'Dribble Creek'
Oil on board, title and signed Max Mannix lower left, with gallery label for Tom Mathieson and biographical information verso
Height: 24cm Width: 29cm

 600-1200

373
FENEMORE, ERIC (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Melbourne Trams
Acrylic on canvas board, signed indistinctly lower right
Height: 35.5cm Width: 45.5cm

 50-100

374
CRISP, BEVERLEY (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Ripponlea Lilies
Oil on canvas board, signed Beverley Crisp lower left
Height: 45cm Width: 59cm

 50-100

375
MITCHELL, JENNI (B.1955)
'Mt Arapiles'
Oil on cotton duck, signed and dated Jenni Mitchell '84 lower left
Height: 78.5cm Width: 93.5cm

 400-550

376
A LARGE FRENCH ARCHITECTURAL COPPER LINE ENGRAVING
Circa: 1770
By Jean Striedbeck after the design by Henri Haldenwanger, the well framed engraving depicting the Episcopal Palace at Strasbourg on the occasion of the arrival Madame La Dauphine on the 7 May; with history of the event and valuation by Sebra Prints for $2600
Height: 45cm Width: 74cm
Height: 44.5cm Width: 74cm

 200-300

377
AN ART DECO PLATED BRONZE AND PINK GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s, signed P. Meynadier, France
The triple stem light fitting with pierced and moulded floral motifs to a moulded dish and three branches with conforming bell shaped suspended shades
Length: 85cm Diameter: 70cm

 1400-1600

378
AN ART DECO GLASS 'CLAM SHELL' CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
The stem with ball knop and a lobed trumpet, with five bold moulded shell shades in frosted apricot colours
Length: 72cm Diameter: 65cm

 2000-2400

379
A FRENCH GOTHIC REVIVAL BRONZE AND CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Circa: 1880s
The five light chandelier with pierced bronze work and superbly cut crystal egg shaped shades with drops, having four arms and a lower central shade
Length: 100cm Diameter: 72cm

 2600-3000

380
AN ART DECO BRONZE AND GLASS LIGHT FITTING BY PETITOT
Circa: 1930s
A striking light fitting with four gold cylindrical stems to a shaped long box and a large rectangular gilt bronze frame with a series of sixteen glass rods to both long sides curving to the underside, with a frosted glass plate
Length: 80cm Width: 45cm

 1800-2400

381
A CHROME ART DECO SIX BRANCH CHANDELIER BY EZAN
Circa: 1930s
With trumpets and pendant glass grape motifs to the stem, six shaped branches supporting upturned bowl shades with basket weave designs and grape bunches to the sides
Length: 88cm Diameter: 75cm

 2000-1400

382
AN ART DECO GLASS LIGHT FITTING BY EJG FRANCE
Circa: 1930s, with pattern number 10819
An amber coloured moulded dish with stylised rose decoration supported by three decorative white metal chains; marked EJG and pattern number in relief to rim; with small repair
Length: 56cm Diameter: 37cm

 100-200

383
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s
The fitting with a six branch silvered stem in a textured finish, to a lobed moulded dish, three scrolling arms with a scale pattern finish suspending conforming bell shaped shades
Length: 80cm Diameter: 75cm

 1200-1500

384
A GILDED WALL MIRROR
The egg shaped mirror with a moulded frame with pierced decorative motifs to the frame and a flourish to the crest
Height: 105cm Width: 73cm

 50-100

385
A FINE QUM SILK CARPET
Very finely knotted at over 70 knots per square centimetre and embellished with scattered boteh and trailing leafy strands in a pistachio palette with red, tan, black and teal colours upon a deep cream field, the main border between narrow bands of conforming design
Length: 122cm Width: 75cm

 2500-3500

386
A KASHAN STYLE SILK CARPET
With a star medallion issuing arabesques, lotus and other flora in tan, coffee, orange and blue grey on a cream field, a conforming main border between narrow bands
Length: 134cm Width: 80cm

 1300-1600

387
A KASHAN STYLE SILK CARPET
With a quatrefoil medallion issuing arabesques, lotus and other flora in tan, orange red, teal and soft green on a cream field, with floral spandrels and a matching main border
Length: 160cm Width: 94cm

 1800-2400

388
A PAKISTANI WOOL CARPET
An all over formal arrangement of daisies and star forms in a variation of a Mina-Khani design in a tan, sage and brick red palette upon a wheat gold field, with a wide border alternating tree of life and peony stem embellishments
Length: 330cm Width: 250cm

 400-800

389
A FINE QUALITY WOOL MAYMEH PERSIAN RUG
Of typical regional, tribal design with a central diamond and profusely decorated with a diamond tile arrangement of flower clusters, stars, fountains, and tree of life motifs in colours upon a bright red field enclosed by patterned borders
Length: 313cm Width: 215cm

 500-600

390
A CLASSIC ZIEGLER WOOL CARPET
Scattered with arabesques, lotus and other flora in a soft sage, brown and beige palette upon a soft brick red field with natural colour variations and enclosed by a conforming main border
Length: 363cm Width: 270cm

 700-900

391
A LARGE PERSIAN WOOL CARPET
A richly ornamented floral carpet with an allover design of peony, lotus and arabesques in a tan, saffron, white and cornflower blue palette upon a pleasing soft grey green field, the main border of conforming design upon a slightly deeper field
Length: 395cm Width: 278cm

 1000-1500

392
A ZIEGLER STYLE WOOL CARPET
Scattered with arabesques, lotus and other flora in a soft blue grey, brown and beige palette upon a soft brick red field with natural colour variations and enclosed by a similarly embellished cream main border
Length: 373cm Width: 266cm

 1000-2000

393
A PAKISTANI WOOL CARPET
Decorated with a profusion of arabesques, lotus and peony and other flora in an interesting palette of mushroom, brown, cream and light blue upon a aubergine plum field with natural colour variations and enclosed by a similarly embellished main border in deep cream and narrow bands
Length: 324cm Width: 245cm

 500-800

394
A PERSIAN WOOL RUNNER
With five conjoined lozenges with herati motifs in ink blue, blue grey and salmon colours surrounded by circular motifs on a red field, and enclosed by a striking geometric border
Length: 270cm Width: 81cm

 50-100

395
A SIGNED PERSIAN SILK CARPET
A garden of Paradise carpet with a central medallion and a vase surrounded by a profusion of flora and birds in rust, red, cream, pink and teal colours upon an apricot field, with a meandering inner border, the main border in old gold with formal floral decoration punctuated by stylised flora and knot motifs
Length: 151cm Width: 94cm

 1000-1500

396
A TIMBER FRAMED OVAL MIRROR
A bevelled glass with an ogee profile mahogany veneer frame with ebonised trims
Height: 47cm Width: 62cm

 50-80

397
A SMALL EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SHAVING MIRROR
Early 20th century
With a rectangular frame with serpentine side supports to a shaped base
Height: 53cm Width: 45cm Depth: 19cm

 30-50

398
A FINELY UPHOLSTERED VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHAISE LONGUE
19th century
With a serpentine back and finely carved supports and cabriole legs in the Rococo manner, well upholstered with French striped fabric in a chocolate, mocha, white and gold stripe to the back and chocolate fabric to the seat
Height: 92cm Width: 209cm Depth: 90cm

 1800-2200

399
A FRENCH MAHOGANY INLAID MARBLE TOP SHOP DISPLAY CABINET
Early 20th century
With a glazed upper section with a mirrored back and rounded edges, a concave collar to an extended quarter veneer panelled cupboard with a large medallion inlaid in various timbers with the scene of a shepherd attending his flock, a shaped apron and small tapering shaped legs
Height: 152cm Width: 65cm Depth: 37cm

 300-400

400
A SMALL MARQUETRY ÉTAGÈRE, FACTORY OF EMILE GALLÉ
Circa: 1930
The rectangular table with rounded corners inlaid with a dragonfly and lily pads in exotic timbers upon a vigorously figured tulipwood ground, with shaped walnut legs united by an undertier, bearing the inlaid signature of Gallé
Height: 77cm Width: 61cm Depth: 33cm

 400-600

401
A FRENCH MAHOGANY TIERED TEA TRAY
Early 20th century
The circular table with radiating veneer panels and a conforming undertier united by four fluted supports flowing to channel grooved tapering legs of slightly cabriole profile
Height: 72cm Diameter: 56cm

 100-300

402
A GERMAN WALNUT SECRETAIRE
Early 20th century
In richly figured walnut with a black marble top above a frieze drawer, a fall front opening to a leather writing surface and an arrangement of drawers and compartments, three long drawers below and raised on extended square form convex feet, with gilt bronze wreath form handles and floral escutcheons
Height: 143cm Width: 97cm Depth: 38cm

 300-400

403
A RICHLY CARVED LOUIS XIII STYLE OAK DISPLAY CABINET
Late 19th century
Profusely carved in the Renaissance Revival manner with barley twist columns, fantastic creature and leafy borders, with two glazed cabinets, an open compartment, two drawers and lower cupboards embellished with dead game ornaments in high relief
Height: 242cm Width: 137cm Depth: 64cm

 500-800

404
A FRENCH OAK TWIN PEDESTAL DESK
Late 19th century
With a solid timber top above two drawers with linen fold carved details, leather covered panels to the pedestal doors with brass stud details and twin fielded panels to the sides, raised on impressive square section scrolled feet; originally purchased from House of Desks in 1991 with a valuation of $5250
Height: 68cm Width: 165cm Depth: 74cm

 400-600

405
A FRENCH LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD SECRETAIRE
Circa: 1900
With quarter veneer panelling to the top and fall front with stringing and contrasting timber banding, a blue leather writing surface to the interior and two drawers with compartments, three long drawers with book end veneers, beaded ring handles and raised on chamfered short sabre legs with sabots
Height: 95cm Width: 72cm Depth: 49cm

 500-800

406
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK BUFFET
Circa: 1930, with key
Having a long drawer above twin cupboards with fielded panels and small relief carved motifs, a shaped apron and raised on whorl feet, with pull handles and pierced brass escutcheons
Height: 106cm Width: 80cm Depth: 45cm

 200-300

407
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE MARBLE TOPPED COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
Of slightly breakfront form with three drawers well ornamented with floral inlay, perspective cube parquetry and key fret borders, with bronze mounts and ring handles, curvaceous legs and sabots
Height: 103cm Width: 15cm Depth: 50cm

 1000-2000

408
A VICTORIAN HUON PINE DRESSING TABLE
19th century
With a central mirror with carved crest and side supports, a central drawer flanked by twin pedestals with three drawers each, a shaped table with drawer above knopped supports with stud details and a conforming undertier
Height: 175cm Width: 122cm Depth: 60cm

 150-250

409
A CARVED HENRY II STYLE WALNUT COURT CABINET
Late 19th century
Well carved and ornamented with floral and patterned motifs, with turned and fluted columns, a raised central section with arching compartment, side cupboards, an extended base with rear plate rack, twin drawers and cupboards
Height: 253cm Width: 152cm Depth: 55cm

 300-600

410
A VICTORIAN WALNUT DRESSING TABLE
19th century
With an arching mirror and pierced carved supports above a pair of pedestals with twin small drawers, a shaped table with a central drawer with later garlic shaped glass handles and raised on finely carved bold supports to a shaped undertier
Height: 161cm Width: 128cm Depth: 58cm

 200-300

411
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY MEDALLION BACK SOFA
19th century
With a central button back medallion, carved and pierced showframe and rollover buttoned arms with scrolled supports, a serpentine stuffover seat and raised on turned legs, upholstered in old gold velvet
Height: 104cm Width: 175cm Depth: 76cm

 300-400

412
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: mid 20th century
A purple and ochre shaped marble top above two long drawers, an ornamented apron, and gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 86cm Width: 112cm Depth: 48cm

 1000-1500

413
A TWIN PEDESTAL PLUM PUDDING MAHOGANY DESK
19th century
With a tooled tan leather top with side slides above a frieze drawer and pedestals each with four drawers and central turned timber knobs in recessed target style mounts, upon a plinth base
Height: 77cm Width: 142cm Depth: 77cm

 1000-1500

414
A SMALL GEORGIAN ELM AND OAK STRETCHER BASED TABLE
18th to 19th century
The circular country style table with a three plank top with vigorous figuration and much patina, raised on an oak square section trestle base with a central 'Y' shaped support
Height: 70cm Diameter: 90cm

 100-150

415
AN OVAL INLAID MAHOGANY TABLE
Early 20th century
Centred with an unusual inlaid shell cartouche, a boxwood and ebony strung border with penned swag decoration, raised on four slender square section legs united by a shaped stretchers
Height: 71cm Length: 77cm Width: 51cm

 600-1000

416
A VICTORIAN WALNUT MUSIC CABINET
19th century
With a pierced brass gallery above a single glazed door enclosing two shelves, the edges faced with tooled leather denoting 'Songs' and 'Sacred', the cabinet with canted edges, burr walnut banding, stringing and delicate cast bronze laurel leaf and berry embellishments, raised on porcelain casters
Height: 97cm Width: 53cm Depth: 36cm

 100-200

417
AN ANTIQUE ELM SIDE TABLE
18th century
Of plain form having a plank top with canted edges, a single frieze drawer and raised on tapering square section legs
Height: 73cm Length: 80cm Width: 47cm

 100-150

418
A VICTORIAN WALNUT OCCASIONAL STRETCHER-BASED TABLE
19th century
The serpentine shaped top with rounded ends, with cross banding, boxwood stringing and floral inlay to the corners, raised on turned trestle ends with splayed carved cabriole legs with porcelain casters united by a turned stretcher with carved knop
Height: Height: 70cml 99cm Width: 54cm

 200-400

419
A MAHOGANY TWO LEAF EXTENSION TABLE AND EIGHT MATCHING CHAIRS
The oval table with double brass stringing to the edges and twin tripod bases, with six chairs and two carvers with twist top rails, pierced mid rails, double brass stringing details to the side rails and legs, upholstered in russet floral fabric
Height: 78cm Length: 118cm Width: 116cm Extended Length: 208cm (table) Height: 96cm (carver)

 300-400

420
AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DESK
Circa: 1840s
With an extended top above a frieze with three faux cockbeaded drawers and two side drawers turned pull handles, an arched kneehole and raised on slender reeded legs
Height: 76cm Width: 114cm Depth: 57cm

 200-400

421
AN ANTIQUE RUSTIC OAK SWORD CHEST/COFFER
17th century
Of plain and typical six plank form, of pegged construction with a pin hinged lid, iron lock, and stile legs, with small geometric element to the short ends and crimping to the front edges
Height: 55cm Width: 113cm Depth: 38cm

 500-1000

422
A COUNTRY STYLE OAK HANGING CUPBOARD
19th to early 20th century
The small cupboard with a single rail and stile door with vertical mullion, slightly extended to the cornice and base
Height: 75cm Width: 62cm Depth: 30cm

 100-200

423
A GEORGIAN OAK CHAMBER POT CUPBOARD
Late 18th to early 19th century
With a hinged lid and presenting as a small cupboard with three faux cockbeaded drawers, with the original pierced brass lock, side turned handles and globular feet
Height: 51cm Width: 49cm Depth: 38cm

 50-100

424
AN EARLY GEORGIAN OAK GATELEG TABLE
Circa: 1720
Of typical form, the drop side oval table with a small drawer with lopers to one short end, with turned folding legs and a box stretcher base; provenance: sourced from William Hockley Antiques, West Sussex UK
Height: 68cm Length: 98cm Width: 80cm

 300-500

425
TWO ANTIQUE ELM PLATE RACKS
18th to 19th century
With plank backs, the larger with a slightly extended cornice and four shelves, the smaller of plain form with two shelves and an extended lower platform
Height: 99cm Width: 117cm Depth: 16cm and smaller

 50-100

426
A GLAZED ANTIQUE PINE CORNER CABINET
19th to early 20th century
With a twelve pane mullion door and three shaped shelves
Height: 106cm Width: 71cm Depth: 37cm

 100-200

427
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY AND MARQUETRY COMMODE
Late 19th century
With a coffee coloured marble top above a frieze with trailing ivy leaf inlay, a ribbon and garland inlaid ornament to the two long drawers, with cast gilt bronze wreath handles, shaped legs and sabots
Height: 88cm Width: 88cm Depth: 44cm

 800-1200

428
A DIRECTOIRE STYLE DESK IN MIXED TIMBERS
Circa: 1900, with keys
With a tooled black leather top above an inlaid frieze drawer with tassels flanked by side drawers with burr veneer fronts, blonde stringing throughout and embellished with gilt bronze mounts and caps to the tapering square section legs
Height: 78cm Width: 145cm Depth: 75cm

 1200-1800

429
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE OAK JOINT STOOLS
18th century
Vernacular stools of pegged construction with rectangular seats raised on tapering turned legs united by box stretchers, one stool with much patina having a pollard oak leg
Height: 45cm Length: 44cm Width: 28cm

 200-400

430
A SMALL GEORGIAN STYLE ELM DESK
Early 20th century
In vigorously figured elm with four drawers, a shaped kneehole and raised on turned legs
Height: 73cm Width: 81cm Depth: 52cm

 200-400

431
AN ANTIQUE CAST IRON MARBLE TOPPED TABLE
Later 19th century, maker's medallion for Baxendale & Co, Manchester
The tripod table with 'Britannia' espagnolettes terminating in lion's paw feet, the apron with pierced and intertwined rose and thistle vegetation, maker's plaque to undertier, with a deep green and white flecked marble top
Height: 76cm Diameter: 82cm

 300-400

432
A VINTAGE FRENCH WROUGHT IRON AND GLASS SHELF
Circa: 1930s
The single wall mounted shelf with scrolling iron work, the frame enclosing a pane of textured glass
Height: 15cm Width: 95cm Depth: 30cm

 100-200

433
AN VINTAGE ROLL TOP DESK IN VICTORIAN ASH
Early to mid 20th century
A tambour top desk opening to a baize interior and an arrangement of pigeon holes, rail and stile side panels and an arched kneehole flanked by pillars with three drawers, the lower of double depth with rectangular and cupped pull handles
Height: 106cm Width: 122cm Depth: 65cm

 300-500

434
A TRIPOD ELM SIDE TABLE
19th century
In fine honey tones and of planked construction, with a deep apron and raised on tapering triangular legs
Height: 72cm Diameter: 71cm

 100-200

435
A FINE VICTORIAN WALNUT SUTHERLAND TABLE
19th century
The table with serpentine drop sides supported by fold out turned legs, a finely figured book end veneer surface raised on pierced and shaped trestle ends with twin outward turned feet with brass casters united by a turned stretcher
Height: 73cm Extended length: 104cm Width: 93cm

 1000-2000

436
A VICTORIAN WALNUT WHAT NOT
Later 19th century
A rectangular three tier whatnot with a pierced three-quarter timber gallery and spindles, turned supports and raised on toupie feet
Height: 96cm Width: 56cm Depth: 37cm

 600-1000

437
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SHERATON REVIVAL SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE
Early 20th century
With astragal glazed doors and three shelves, a fall front opening to a writing surface and an arrangement of drawers and pigeon holes, four graduated drawers with swing handles and raised on ogee bracket feet; with inlaid swags, vases and ribbons, cross banding and stringing
Height: 209cm Width: 92cm Depth: 46cm

 400-800

438
A SWEDISH FALL FRONT NEOCLASSICAL STYLE COMMODE
Circa: 1900, maker's label for A.B Axel Beckmans, Mobelfabrik Norrköping
A grey green marble top above a single drawer and a fall front section with two shelves, flanked by cupboards and raised on hipped tapering legs, finely decorated with strung panels of diamond parquetry, an inlaid festoon and cast ormolu ring handles, guilloche borders, ornaments and sabots, label to drawer
Height: 83cm Width: 102cm Depth: 47cm

 500-800

439
AN ANTIQUE GERMAN MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST
Later 19th century
With well figured book end veneers, both sections having four drawers of graduating depth, the top drawers of ogee profile, with black metal lion's head and ring handles and raised on waisted bun feet
Height: 166cm Width: 101cm Depth: 51cm

 600-1200

440
A FINE MAHOGANY EDWARDIAN HALL STAND WITH TILE DECORATION
Early 20th century
With an architectural 'broken' pediment, central arched and bevelled mirror, six hanging hooks, the extended base with a drawer above turned legs and side umbrella compartments with drip trays, with 'winter roses' transferware tiles and panels with lightly engraved tendril details
Height: 217cm Width: 93cm Depth: 32cm

 300-500

441
AN IRON BASED ELM OCCASIONAL TABLE
20th century
In the 18th century Spanish manner, the square table in distressed honey tones, with flared trestle ends supported by upward sweeping iron stretchers
Height: 76cm Length: 90cm Width: 90cm

 300-400

442
A FINE MACASSAR ART DECO DINING TABLE AND SIX CHAIRS
Circa: 1935, provenance: purchased from Barry Sherman Galleries
In the manner of Jules Leleu, the beautifully figured table with a shaped apron, provision for extensions and having moderne hipped and shaped legs with bronze scroll caps and plain sabots, with matching chairs 'en gondole' well upholstered in Art Deco geometric fabric in grey and taupe tone
Height: 76cm Length: 176cm Width: 106cm (table) Height: 86cm (chair)

 2000-3000

443
A VICTORIAN INLAID PAPIER-MÂCHÉ ARM CHAIR
19th century
A solid curved back black lacquer chair with scrolling arms and cabriole legs, decorated with gilt and bronze painted foliage and abalone shell inlay and mosaic borders, the chair back depicting a view of a ruin, the drop in seat with chinoiserie upholstery
Height: 99cm Width: 72cm Depth: 72cm

 1000-1500

444
A FINE ART NOUVEAU FRUITWOOD AND EMBOSSED COPPER HALL STAND
Circa: 1900
Of fluid rectangular form with an arched crest, mirror, an extended lower section with a drawer, cupboard and side compartments for umbrellas, with whiplash bronze hooks, and clad to the crest and cupboard with copper panels of oriental cranes in a water garden, the side panels with aquatic vegetation
Height: 225cm Width: 130cm Depth: 33cm

 3000-4000

445
A SIGNED LOUIS MAJORELLE PALISANDER DISPLAY ARMOIRE
Circa: 1900, with Louis Majorelle signature to an inlaid scallop shell
The armoire with a stepped cornice above a central open compartment and a bow front glazed door with a decorative wrought iron frame work, flanked by two plain cupboards with cast bronze backplates with pull handles, shelves to the interior, a plinth style base with bracket feet; signed to right side
Height: 200cm Width: 185cm Depth: 60cm

 5000-8000

446
A TRANSITIONAL WILLIAM IV/VICTORIAN MAHOGANY MIRROR BACKED PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD
1830s-40s
An arched finely carved and pierced frame with arabesque vegetal forms enclosing the original glass, three drawers to a shaped frieze, twin pedestals with flame mahogany fronts and relief carved stiff leaf border details above squashed bun feet
Height: 170cm Width: 186cm Depth: 65cm

 400-800

447
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY COMBINED WHATNOT AND LEAF CABINET
19th century
A five tier whatnot with barley twist supports and a decorative fretwork gallery, a table leaf cabinet behind with a partitioned and felted interior
Height: 171cm Width: 69cm Depth: 51cm

 500-800

448
AN ANTIQUE PINE CORNER CABINET
19th century
With an extended cornice above a pair of rail and stile framed doors with central horizontal mullion, with four shelves
Height: 152cm Width: 83cm Depth: 45cm

 100-150

449
A SMALL EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY DROP SIDE TABLE
Early 20th century
In faded mahogany with cross banding, boxwood and ebony stringing, the shaped drop sides supported on folding square section legs with porcelain casters, with pierced trestle ends and splayed legs united by a narrow undertier
Height: 53cm Extended length: 78cm Width: 61cm

 100-200

450
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND
Circa: 1930s
In pebble textured wrought iron and of rectangular profile with geometric tile designs, a hat rack, central mirror, hooks and provision for umbrellas and sticks
Height: 194cm Width: 84cm Depth: 15cm

 1000-2000

451
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LADY'S CHAIR AND A SMALL FOOTSTOOL
Mid 19th century
With a pierced and carved showframe to the waisted and buttoned back, a stuffover seat and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet; the small shaped footstool of conforming design, both upholstered in red velvet
Height: 84cm Width: 62cm Depth: 74cm (chair)

 150-250

452
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PIANO STOOL
19th century
The tripod-based stool with a small padded mushroom seat upon a short stem with carved knop and carved legs with medallion knees and whorl feet
Height: 50cm

 100-200

453
A LARGE ANTIQUE OAK COFFER
18th century
With a plank top and of pegged construction, having four fielded panels to the face, rail and stile panelled sides with horizontal mullions, and raised on stile feet
Height: 87cm Width: 127cm Depth: 61cm

 300-500

454
A CHARLES II OAK COFFER
17th century
With much patina having a hinged lid and void interior, the triple panelled and framed front with geometric designs above two drawers, inscribed below lid with maker's name and date 1673 and raised on stile legs, later hardware
Height: 73cm Width: 126cm Depth: 54cm

 500-1000

455
A FINE ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY SUITE: SERVERY AND BUFFET, A THREE LEAF EXTENSION TABLE, SEVEN CANE CHAIRS PLUS ONE
Circa: 1900, maker's monogram, apparently NG, 'Janiaud Jeune' store labels
With sweeping but restrained lines well carved with panelled doors, bunches of grapes and foliage, having cast ormolu hardware and shaped block feet, a stretcher based table with carved details to base, and hole to hole cane chairs
H: 75cm Extended Length: 288cm W: 128cm (table) H: 94cm (chair)
H: 211cm : 154cm D: 57cm (buffet) H: 147cm W: 122cm D: 46cm (servery)

 5000-8000

456
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY COUNTRY CHAIR IN THE CHIPPENDALE STYLE
Later 18th century
The rectangular back with a serpentine cresting rail with extended ears and a pierced vasiform splat, square section slightly tapering legs united by stretchers, the drop in seat upholstered in a blue, gold and cream floral fabric
Height: 92cm Width: 48cm Depth: 46cm

 50-100

457
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY LADDER BACK COUNTRY CHAIR
Later 18th century
The rectangular back with a serpentine cresting rail and three shaped and pierced mid rails, having a drop in seat and raised on square section legs united by stretcher, upholstered in a light green gold fabric
Height: 92cm Width: 51cm Depth: 50cm

 50-100